Posted by Rob LeFebvre on December 13th, 2012 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Once again, delve into the trials and tribulations of the most overlooked of heroes: the Middle Manager! Double Fine’s universal iOS game is here to stay this time, so give it a look and check it out.
Hello, Middle Managers! Welcome to the first official release of Middle Manager of Justice! If you happened to download the accidental release a few months ago, you will find a ton of new changes! The game tweaks and polish are too numerous to list, but it is worth mentioning that MMOJ now supports iCloud saves, iOS6 and the new iPhone 5! Jump in and start managing your branch to see the all the new hotness for yourself! Thanks for playing!
Kotaku’s Kirk Hamilton got some hands on time with Double Fine’s upcoming free-to-play iOS game, Middle Manager of Justice. In it, you get to manage a team of superheroes, making sure that crime does not, in fact, pay. Hey, someone’s gotta do the paperwork.
The whole thing is reminiscent of the excellent Game Dev Story, only instead of exhausted game developers, you’re running a team of superheroes. It looks to be an engaging time-waster, though it also remains to be seen just how the superium system will impede play if you’re not interested in paying for extra. Chi and Miller said that the game is awaiting certification from Apple, and that they’ll be doing a launch in Canada ahead of the US so that they can fine-tune everything and, among other things, make sure that people aren’t getting stuck anywhere where they would have to pay to keep playing the game.
Casual game mega-publisher Zynga has just released a new arcade hack ‘n’ slash game called Battlestone. You’ll get to swipe your way to victory, fighting off hordes of enemies in single player mode, while squaring up against others in PvP modes. Once you get into the game, you’ll collect characters, summoning and upgrading heroes to [...]