Posted by Andrew Stevens on March 21st, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
He-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe can now be downloaded for free from the App Store. You will play as He-Man and engage in many battles so that you may defend the Castle Grayskull from the evil forces of Skeletor. Woohoo!
• Unlock Battle Armor He-Man Prize in Orko’s mini-game
• Share nostalgic Lore with your friends on Facebook!
• Fight Skeletor’s henchman, the evil King Hssss!
• Battle through all new secret sections of Grayskull Walls!
• Get new items like the Gem Doubler!
Posted by Rob LeFebvre on December 6th, 2012 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
He-Man: The Most Powerful Game In The Universe was updated today, adding many-an-adolescent-male’s fantasy woman, She-Ra, to the roster of playable characters. She’s got her own moves and her own “feminine take” on things, whatever that means. Enjoy the video below, but ignore the “paint the hoverbots pink” part. That’s just pandering nonsense.
· New moves and power attacks
· Two new areas of Fright Zone
· New Storyline—for the first time ever play as She-Ra
· Swiftwind attack
· New control scheme with added buttons
· Performance fixes and new playability enhancements
What do you think of when I mention fur underwear, lots of muscles, and a really big sword? Okay, it calls a couple of different pop-culture icons to mind but what if I include flowing blond locks and an alter-ego that wears pink tunics? Couldn’t be anyone other than He-Man, could it? Well it is. And The Most Powerful Man in the Universe is getting The Most Powerful Game in the Universe at the end of the month by way of GlitchSoft (Destructopus, Star Marines) and Chillingo.
The developers have teamed-up with Mattel in order to bring the App Store an interactive celebration of the iconic 80’s action figure’s – I mean action hero’s – 30th anniversary. Hem-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe is quite possibly the first iOS Tap n’ Slash, too. Players will tear through several different environments and over 25 levels throughout Eternia as they attempt to thwart Skeletor yet again. The game features destructible environments, un-lockable and upgradeable attacks, hidden artwork, a very tongue-in-cheek sense of humor, and a surprisingly clever control scheme. I didn’t get the chance to play around with it at all but it looks pretty intuitive with the left side for the screen used exclusively for movement and the right for jumping, attacking, and a bunch of special moves.
The glorious homage to one of the manliest toys ever to have graced the 1980s – with its self-referential humor, giant boss battles, and promise of more content in the form of new playable characters and levels in the future – is due out in the App Store at the end of the month, specifically October 25th. I wasn’t able to get a solid price point but it should go for between $0.99 and $1.99. Very soon we’ll all HAAAAVE THE POWEEEEEER! Make sure to use it wisely.
Not Doppler has announced that Earn to Die 2, a sequel to their successful game Earn to Die, will be making its way to the App Store later this year. This new game will feature a Story Mode five times longer than the original and ten new, completely destructible vehicles. The game is also set in a […]