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Racing Rivals’ 2.0 Update Introduces the Chevrolet C7.R

Posted by on September 10th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Glu and Cie Games have launched Racing Rivals‘ 2.0 update on the App Store. The update includes the introduction of the Chevrolet C7.R5, new race tracks, a new world map, and the Garage Organizer that allows you to sort, search, and organize your car collection.

They have also updated NPCs in the Campaign mode, added a News Bulletin Board, updated the Friend view, added an “Ignore” button to the Friends list, and created a new in-game FAQ.

You can pick up the newly updated Racing Rivals on the App Store for free.

via: Our Review

Tap Sports Baseball is a pretty simple game to learn, but that doesn’t mean it’s an easy game to master, by any means. To start your batting career off well, we thought we’d give you the heads up on some handy tips and tricks.

Hey Batter-Batter:
Curious to see what we made of this whole “tap to bat” management sim? Check out our Tap Sports Baseball review!

Timing

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  • Learn when to hit the ball. It’s not always every time the ball comes at you.
  • Sometimes you should let the ball go. Recognize what the pitcher is doing and whether that means there’s going to be a strike or ball up ahead.
  • Miss the curveballs till you get your timing spot on. It’s all too easy to get a foul ball early on.
  • Turn the sound up and listen for the sound of the ball hitting the ground to know it’s coming in low. If it is, don’t bother swinging for it.
  • Learn when to hit early and when to hit late. It’ll change the trajectory quite significantly. Swinging later tends to place the ball on the opposite field while swinging early focuses on power.
  • As in real life, right handed batters tend to do better against left handed pitchers, and the same occurs in reverse.

Statistics are Important

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  • If your player has a low hitting or power score, and there’s a runner waiting on first, bunt to get that runner across. You’ll sacrifice one out but it’s often worth it.
  • Consider the speed of your runner when running for a base. 6 or higher and you’re fine, but lower than that and you should play it safe.
  • If your pitcher is getting tired, the game will let you know. Acknowledge those prompts, sub him in exchange for a new relief pitcher. You don’t get to control the pitcher directly so take advantage of this limited power that you’ve been given. Tired ones will just make mistakes.

General advice

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  • Keep an eye on everyone’s stats. Hitting dictates the batter’s ability to make contact, while power tells you how far they can hit the ball. Speed is how fast they can run to base, and bunt indicates how well they’re going to bunt. Adjust your strategies accordingly.
  • You’re given bonus games occasionally. Use them. There’s no reason not to and they’ll often help you progress faster.
  • You can earn free gold by watching videos. Do this as much as possible as you probably don’t want to spend real money unless you have to.
  • Plenty of things can be purchased but focus on upgrading your pitching and hitting coaches, as well as the other coaches available. Buying a free agent might seem tempting but focusing on coaching means the whole team benefits rather than just an individual player.
  • Remember you can’t help with defense/pitching, so focus on those upgrades as that’s where it’s really going to count.
  • Have plenty of games going on at once. Not everyone plays very often, or sometimes at all, so it’s more fun that way to ensure there’s always something to do. More importantly, advancing to the league playoffs depends on a certain number of wins so you want to work towards those as quickly as possible.

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    + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
    Released: 2014-08-13 :: Category: Games

Hercules: The Official Game Review

Hercules: The Official Game Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Remaining pretty shallow, Hercules: The Official Game is a hack n slasher lacking some much needed personality.

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Kim Kardashian: Hollywood Review

Kim Kardashian: Hollywood Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Work your way up in terms of stardom with the help of Kim Kardashian and a series of energy bars.

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Terminator1984movieposter“I’ll be back…” Never did we think that this vague warning would apply to our humble iOS devices, but just like Sarah Connor, the T-800 has us in its crosshairs. Glu Mobile is proud to announce that they are partnering with Skydance Productions to bring a free-to-play interpretation of the Terminator universe to iOS in Summer of 2015.

Planned to coincide with next year’s reboot of the film franchise entitled “Teminator: Genesis,” the game will prominently feature mainstays from the series’ existing mythos. It should be exciting to see if Glu can live up to the challenge of breathing new gaming life into this tried and true property. Luckily they should have plenty of time to make it happen. So until then, “Hasta la vista, baby.”

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Eternity Warriors 3 from Glu Gets Real-Time PVP Combat in Version 2.0 Update

Posted by on May 16th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Eternity Warriors 3 has gotten a version 2.0 update with a big new feature: player-versus-player combat! Now players can take their mighty warriors and battle in real-time against other players from all over the world. Victories earn Arena Points to increase rank and get prizes, including exclusive PVP gear. There’s a worldwide leaderboard, to go along with new tournaments and events.

Check out a trailer for the new PVP update below, available now on the App Store.

via: Our Review
Frontline Commando 2 Review

Frontline Commando 2 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Frontline Commando 2 is deep and well-made, but expect to spend money to do well.

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Glu Mobile is set to release it’s free-to-play RoboCop game, which is based on the upcoming movie reboot, in January 2014. The title previously soft launched back in October, where players were looking at a third-person shooter that had cover-to-cover elements while avoiding snipers, and they were also tasked with rescuing hostages and battling enemy robots from the movie. Users also had the opportunity to call in drone strikers, perform super attacks, and use heat vision to find weak points.

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source: Pocket Gamer
Tavern Quest Review

Tavern Quest Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This is one splendid looking, clever mash-up of RPG adventuring and restaurant management with a fairly major problem.

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Blood and Glory Review

Blood and Glory Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Blood and Glory is Glu's freemium take on Infinity Blade-styled gameplay.

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Contract Killer Review

Contract Killer Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Contract Killer is a first-person shooter that has you playing as a sniper assassin tasked with taking out a variety of targets.

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I’m not down with the gangsters. I’m about as ungangster as you can get, mostly being a mild mannered English person who’s quite happy to do the whole afternoon tea and cucumber sandwich thing.

Still, gaming is all about assuming a totally alien persona, right? In which case, Big Time Gangsta should be ideal for such a purpose.

Courtesy of Glu Mobile, Big Time Gangsta has just hit the app store for the grand price of absolutely nothing. This is a freemium game encouraging you to buy in-app purchases such as extra credits for various prices. Its visual style is kind of reminiscient of Contract Killer, another freemium game from Glu Mobile. Big Time Gangsta promises Mafia Wars style gameplay but with some more attractive visuals thanks to the 3D shootouts, which look pretty cool.

Take a look for yourself with the game trailer below, and let us know what you think of the game in the comments below.

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+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2011-03-31 :: Category: Games

Glu Mobile, well-known for their World Series of Poker games and games like the freemium Gun Bros., have released their newest freemium game, Contract Killer, to the App Store. This first person shooter has you accepting contracts to take out a variety of targets. You play as a stationary sniper, looking and zooming around the levels to find and take out your targets before they escape or kill you. Successfully completing a mission nets you money and experience to improve your weapons and stats, so you can steady your weapon longer, for example. To accept contracts, you have to use Energy, which can be conveniently – for Glu’s bottom line, at least – restored by purchasing food items to replenish energy, which you have to spend Credits on. How do you get Credits? Through in-app purchases, of course.

The game features 17 Story mode missions, as well as an unlimited number of Random Missions across 5 locales for theoretically endless replay value as you level up your character and buy new weapons and ammo to use on missions. Obviously, there’s in-game currency that is used to help generate revenue, and similar to Gun Bros., there are 2 different forms of currency you can purchase to help you in your assassination attempts. You can buy in-game money ranging from $1.99 for $12,000 of in-game money to $49.99 for $350,000 of in-game money. You can also buy credits, ranging from $1.99 for 30 Credits, to $49.99 for 950 Credits. This is a similar model to how Gun Bros. worked, and Glu is likely hoping for similar success with this model for Contract Killer. Contract Killer also comes with Game Center support for leaderboards and achievements, and is a universal app for the iPad as well.

Glu have released plenty of traditional paid apps on the App Store, but appear to be embracing the freemium model between this, Gun Bros., Deer Hunter Challenge, and World Series of Poker Hold’em Legend. It will be interesting to see if they continue to embrace the traditional paid model for their other future releases, or if they follow the ngmoco:) model of just releasing freemium apps, or if they do something similar to Gameloft’s freemium model, by continuing the traditional paid app model, but offering free downloads, and offering to unlock the full app via in-app purchase. Check out a trailer and screens of the game below, available now.

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+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2011-03-24 :: Category: Games

Glu has a great history of casual games. They have produced one of our favorite casual iPhone games including Glyder, Beat It!, Bonsai Blast. Today they have released a new casual game and their first with Open Feint integrated, Jump O’ Clock.

In Jump O’ Clock, you play a tiny robot with magnetic feet in a Steampunk world trying to climb as high as possible. You do this by jumping from rotating gears and jumping off of the wall.

Along the way you can gather bolts that are scattered around the levels. The more bolts you gather, the more energy you get. If you gather enough energy, you can activate a super jump that nearly instantly bumps up your travelled height by a few hundred feet.

Jump O Clock marks the first game from Glu Mobile to integrate the leading social gaming network, Open Feint. It allows you to track your score and achievements against your friends and everyone else in the world.

Jump O Clock is available in the App Store now, for $0.99.


Hit the jump for the official game description and features and some more screen shots.

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How To Train Your Dragon: Flight of the Night Fury

How To Train Your Dragon: Flight of the Night Fury

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Who doesn't love dragons? Everyone loves dragons. Unfortunately playing as a dragon isn't quite enough to convince yourself that there may be better games in this genre.

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Transformers G1: Awakening

Transformers G1: Awakening

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Transformers G1: Awakening is a fantastic strategy experience that takes me back to the old days where strategy meant more than speed. Unfortunately, the graphics also take me back to the old days, and that's not a good thing.

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The trailer for Glu Mobile’s Transformers G1 is out today, and while it brought back some good ol’ childhood memories, it was missing something. Watch the video, maybe you’ll agree.

What it’s missing is funk. Hit the play button below, mute the trailer sound, and then re-watch it. Brilliant!

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Okay, so you have an iPhone .. and although nice, you’re getting pretty tied of playing the same old style RPGs and puzzle games. How about something a little more left field, like Glu Mobile’s new project called 1000 Find Em All. Explained in detail by Chris White, head of the studio, the game’s concept is simple. Your goal is to find and build a collection up consisting of 1000 highly weird and wonderful ‘things’. You start off in a grey, dark and lifeless world but as you guide your character around this world it will gradually bring colour and life to the objects and places around you.

Now for the fun part. Glu Mobile dropped 1000 virtual objects both in the real world and in-game, so it probably won’t be surprising to hear that you can actually play ’1000 Find Em All’ without the need for GPS. There are three ways you can join in on the fun – the first being over GPS! Activating GPS in-game will instantly show you a map of your current surroundings and gifts available for pickup. To pick-up a gift you simply walk over it. Gifts you pick up are then stored in your virtual library within the game.

Some iPod touch users though may not have GPS, and therefore Glu have built the game to work in two other modes too. The first is in-game. Even when you’re not connected to GPS, 1000 Find Em All provides a huge virtual world for you to explore and navigate, in an attempt to find these 1000 objects.

The last mode in the game is one which surprised me. Not by it being there, but how it will work. In Wi-Fi mode the game will pick up all the Wi-Fi hotspots around you and turn them into game characters. These are called ‘Gifters’ and become sources to collect gifts. With no release date or price mentioned by Glu, 1000 Find Em All looks to be a cool take on usual bog-standard gaming experience targeting the iPhone and iPod touch .. one I personally can’t wait to play!

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.. And the new year App Store sales just keep coming! Yesterday we got a tip from one of the more prominent iPhone development studios on the store, Glu Mobile, who told us that starting today, Friday, January 8th, they’ll be staging a new year app blowout sale. Running this coming weekend only, the sale will see the studios well-loved hit titles such as Family Guy: Uncensored, Glyder and Bonsai Blast (among others), drop in price to just $0.99 each!

The sale will end the evening of Monday January 11th. Check out the full list of the apps on sale below, along with a short, quick-fire description of each to help you on your way with the decision to buy ..


Continue reading Glu Mobile’s New Year Blowout Sale. This Weekend Only. »

Glu invited us into their offices again yesterday to take a look at some of their upcoming games. We saw some old favorites, some early prototypes, and a really innovative take on music games.

Glyder 2

First up, let’s get what I really came to see out of the way… I finally got my hands on Glyder 2. It’s still early for that title — just a few builds past first playable, but this exciting sequel to easily my favorite Glu game ever is already looking good. As we mentioned previously there will be customization of your character available — both in the form of the suit she wears and the wings she uses. The different wings give you slightly different skills — climbing, turning, speed, etc. Not enough to make a huge difference in the game, but enough to be noticeable.

There will be six or seven new worlds to explore. And in addition to the crystal collection aspect of the previous game, you will also have multiple point quests to go on. Glu heard from the passionate users of the game that they wanted more of everything in the first one and new things to try. And we’re going to get it.

Take a look at this hands-on video of Glyder 2 from Slide To Play:

One of the most exciting bits of news about Glyder 2 was that Glu have committed to providing multiple free updates and expansions to the game after it launches. No specific time frame was given, but if the game remains popular, it could be for a good while.

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Glyder 2 will be out by the end of the year, and I can’t wait.

Beat It

Beat It takes a new twist on the music game genre. This game actually makes you listen to the music. It turns it from a rhythm tapping game into more of a puzzle game. The result is a very compelling game that I found very hard to put down.

The idea behind Beat It is that you listen to a short 3 instrument rhythm track and you have to re-create it on a sequencer board. You do this by tapping cells to turn on / off that instrument for that beat. You can switch from listening to your current attempt to the original anytime, which is nice to see where you are missing notes. When you have the notes for an instrument in a particular bar correct, they start to twinkle letting you know you can go on to another. The game ramps up from 3 instruments and 4 bars to I believe 7 instruments and 6 bars.

Take a look at this hands-on video from Slide To Play:

It should also be mentioned that this game has some amazing animated art. Your game is separated into multiple worlds and there is a story unfolding behind your sequencer grid in each world. Before each new level you see a little part of the story and as your music clips get more complex so does the story behind you.

In addition to the multiple instruments, there are 5 different instrument sets that are used in the game. These are also available to use in the free play mode that lets you create your own tracks. In a future update you will be able to share your tracks with others.

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Beat It should be available sometime this month.

Read on for details on 1,000: Find Them All, World Series of Poker: Hold’em Legends, and Taxi Fight.


Continue reading Glu Games Day Wrap-Up – Glyder 2, World Series of Poker, Beat It, and More »

Super KO Boxing 2

Super KO Boxing 2

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Super KO Boxing 2 is a highly polished 'Punch Out' style boxing game for your trusty iDevice. It may look a bit cartoonish, but the slick graphics and intense challenge will certainly captivate people of all ages.

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Monday Morning App HQ

Random musings of the app store

App Alluvion

This week’s only news story also has the sign of the apocalypse and the apps of the week built in – handy, eh? Over a 24 hour period, 453 new games were released! What happened Apple, did someone finally wake up? This is a great disservice to developers, as it’s exceedingly hard for an app to get noticed when so many other good games are released on the same day. Sure, developers can set release dates, but if they do, their app is placed on the latest releases section in iTunes according to approval date not publication date, therefore burying it beneath the first page and limiting valuable exposure. Please fix this, Apple! Anyway, enough ranting, here are some of the most notable releases this week. We’ll try to have reviews for as many as we can in due time, but until then, here’s a quick rundown:

Hybrid: Eternal Whisper

Gamevil’s action-RPG follow-up to Zenonia certainly has great aesthetics and a nice online component, but for me so far, the story has been too intrusive and the gameplay mediocre. At $5.99, you may want to wait for our review. Upon playing more, the gameplay has proven more fun and the story’s role is minimized. Recommended!

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Unify

Zach Gage’s first iPhone game is a very stylish Tetris variant with OpenFeint integration. Instead of blocks falling from from the top, the fall into the middle from both the left and the right, where you have to manipulate them using multi-touch controls. Match four or more of the same color to clear blocks. The game starts out slow with only black and white, but quickly becomes challenging with the addition of more colors and faster scrolling. From my time with the game, I can say it’s one of the more fun puzzle games on the App Store.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Aera

This beautiful flight sim had our editor Chris in a frenzy before its release. From initial impressions, it seems the game delivers on the hype, but if you don’t want to shell out the $2.99 now, Chris will have a review up very soon.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Aves
Aves contains some truly magnificent animations and entrancing binaural audio, but with its simplistic gameplay, it plays more like a tech demo. Still, if you want to see some really cool technology, it’s worth the $.99 price of admission, and I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for Ghost LLC’s future projects.

$2.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Above and Beyond Air Combat

Young developer Josh Rosen’s followup to SciFly is a totally different beast. It’s still an arcade plane flying game, but it shines with OpenFeint integration, a huge level of customization, open-world gameplay, and shiny graphics. In any normal week, this would easily earn the app of the week award.

$2.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Robocalypse – Mobile Mayhem

Robocalypse is a humorous and strong entry into the RTS genre, which is relatively weak on the App Store. Featuring a lengthy campaign and full online multiplayer, Robocalypse is a safe bet for RTS fans.

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Alley Gator

Alley Gator is Glu’s entry into the quick $.99 games category with accelerometer-based gameplay.

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+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2009-09-19 :: Category: Games :: Family

Champion Archer

From the guys who made Sparta comes a port of an addictive online flash game.

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Against the Fire!

Meridian’s followup to their smash hit Alive 4 Ever is a similar survival shooter but with theme of a fireman putting out water monsters.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Dungeon Hunter (pulled from the App Store)

Otherwise known as Gameloft’s Diablo clone, Dungeon Hunter was said to be very impressive, but was unfortunately pulled due to a bug in the game. The game should be available for download again soon.

Castle Warriors

Castle Warriors is another nice addition to the RTS genre on the App Store. The gameplay is similar to Galcon and the graphics are very nice overall.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Super Shock Football

After App Store giants Gameloft and EA turned out full football sims, you would expect Chillingo, publisher extraordinaire to follow up with one of their own, right? Instead, developer Steamroller studios has produced a light-hearted throw back to vintage vibrating football games that is ultimately more suited to the iPhone than either Madden or NFL 2010.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Underground

This Chillingo “shmup” is very stylish but adds little to the genre gameplay-wise.

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-16 :: Category: Games

Scarecrow

Scarecrow is Ezone’s take on Doodle Jump and also the latest 3rd party game to incorporate ngmoco’s plus+ network.
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Apps of the Week

iBlast Moki

iBlast Moki is the best puzzle game on the iPhone, period. This physics-based puzzle game contains challenging gameplay. The goal is to, using bombs and eventually other elements like balloons, get all of the mokis to the exit of the level. It sounds simple, but some of the levels are head-scratchingly devious. There is almost unlimited replay value with over 70 levels, Plus+ integration, and a full-featured level editor/sharer.

$2.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-18 :: Category: Games

Meteor Blitz

By the same token, Meteor Blitz is the best top-down space shooter for the iPhone, surpassing even the famed Isotope. The dual-stick control scheme is incredibly fast and responsive, the graphics are simply stunning, and the gameplay is livened up by the inclusion of RPG elements and many different weapons. The game also features superlative pause and auto-save functions.

$2.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-09-15 :: Category: Games

Wow, so many great games, and I’m sure I’m missing a few. Of course, I won’t expect any good game releases for the next month couple with reports of month-long approval times.

Yesterday we got a chance to get our game loving fingers on some new games from Glu. The biggest of which is Super KO Boxing 2, a continuation of one of Glu’s biggest selling games on feature phones. We also got a chance to see a new tube racing game, Alleygator, a Family Guy game, and the nearly final version of Minigolf Wacky Worlds. Also got some great news about updates for Glyder and the Transformers Cypertoy.

Super KO Boxing 2

Super KO Boxing 2 is a very fun, comical boxing game that works well on the iPhone, even in the early version I saw. The game controls were an incomplete early version that we played but consisted on taps and combinations on certain hot spots on the screen.

You can play in multiple modes, career, challenge, verses, and endurance modes in 3 different circuits. Your opponents include some favorites from the original game and a some new ones, 12 fighters in all.

Meet Big Gip

Meet Big Gip

15 Cent, He's All Pose, no Posse

15 Cent, He's All Pose, no Posse

Name This Tough Guy

Name This Tough Guy


Super KO Boxing 2 is currently scheduled for a September release. No multiplayer is currently planned, but they are considering adding it.

Super KO Boxing 2 – Name A Tough Guy Contest

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In conjunction with the release, Glu are holding a contest to name one of the new boxers in Super KO Boxing 2. It’s this cave-man looking guy, one of the games most powerful boxers that you need to come up with a name for.

The winner will get a $250 iTunes Gift Card and an iPod Shuffle. 4 runners-up will also win prizes.

For full contest details and to enter, you can submit a comment on this post, or enter at the event page on Facebook.

Alleygator

Alleygator is a casual game title from Glu, what they call a Glu Snack. In this timed racing game, you are an alligator trying to get out of the sewers as quick as possible. You swirl around the sewers avoiding obstacles and grabbing powerups on your way out.

There are 6 different sewers in the 25 different levels.

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Alleygator is expected to release in September.

Family Guy Uncensored

A series of 7 different mini games, all of which contain lots of little inside jokes for Family Guy fans. The mini games in general look really fun and re-playable, and there’s also a very cool story mode that guides you through all of the 54 levels. I think overall this will be a pretty good title. The only problem I see with it is that it doesn’t have any voice acting in the game.

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September is the planned release for Family Guy Uncensored.

Glyder Update Coming!

We also got some good news for Glyder fans. If you have completed the game, you’ll be happy to know that Glu have submitted an update that gives you more gems to collect.

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iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-04-06 :: Category: Games

Transformers CyberToy

We also got to see an update to the Transformers CyberToy that takes great advantage for the music library access in iPhone OS 3.0. With this upcoming update you can make Bumblebee dance to the music you are playing on your iPhone. He has 4 different dance routines and will choose one based on the genre of music you are playing.

Transformers CyberToy is available now. The version 1.2 update will be available soon.

$4.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-06-17 :: Category: Games

Glyder

Glyder

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Glyder soars to the peak of the “must-haves” with its simplistic, compelling, and stress-free gameplay. Accompany Eryn in her crystal collecting journey across six wonderfully detailed landscapes.

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