Players will be able to play as one of five professional skateboarders (Danny Way, Christian Hosoi, Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins-Pastrana, Sean Malto, or Ryan Decenzo) and compete for high scores with their friends. Along the way, they’ll be able to upgrade their skills, unlock new areas and discover the signature trick for each skater as they aim to appear on the front cover of the TransWorld SKATEboarding magazine within the game.
Steve Ganem, CEO of SuperVillain Studios, had this to say:
Endless Skater brings together an amazing collaboration between game developers, professional skaters and top notch brands. We are excited to partner with TransWorld SKATEboarding to bring the skating genre to mobile fans everywhere.
No release information has been announced for TransWorld Endless Skater at this point.
This gritty new post-apocalyptic endless runner driver from Cristiano Bartel (Plump) and Chillingo comes out tomorrow, and it’ll be free to play.
Get behind the wheel of a series of death machines ranging from gun-strapped muscle cars to zombie-shredding trucks, as you attempt to survive nuclear armageddon, alien invasion and a zombie uprising! Drive for as far as you can through the ravaged wasteland, banking coins as you tear across varied deadly environments. Upgrade your vehicles with better gear and weapons (including a prototype laser cannon) in hopes of making it another mile in your next play.
The Tribez is a free-to-play iPad game where players take on the role of a lost time traveler who ends up in a primitive fantasy realm full of tribes. Gameplay for The Tribez includes building stone-age villages, exploring various territories, and leading a tribe that worships the player as a godsend.
The game boasts colorful graphics and high-quality music. The Tribez includes over 27 levels to explore across three different islands, more than 100 quests for the player to complete, 50 different buildings to create, and ten different humorous characters to interact with. Players even get a pet dinosaur that fights off opponents to the tribes and entertains villages.
The Tribez is free-to-play, but sells coins and gems to use in the game through in-app purchases.
Host Carter Dotson and 148Apps’ Rob LeFebvre discuss the variety of tablets out there, and whether the alternative tablets provide a superior gaming experience than the iPad. As well, they discuss the rise of free to play and freemium apps on the App Store, and how they are indicative of the rapid evolution the App Store undergoes.