Posted by Andrew Stevens on December 4th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Greedy Grub, the popular forest building simulation game, has been given a new free update that brings Christmas to the forest. Players can now discover the limited time Christmas tree and check out the novelty shop with 10 exclusive Christmas decoration items. The update also improves loading time and adds more rewards and generic missions with social action.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 17th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Greedy Grub turns its trees into a haunted forest in the new Halloween-themed update. It features new trees and plants to grow, including a robusta coffee tree and a pumpkin plant, which totally sounds amazing! I’m ready to create my pumpkin spice latte!!
Oh, yeah, anyway… there are also a couple of other pointless trees and new objects to help decorate the forest. The special Halloween content includes a limited-time novelty shop with Halloween items and a scary Halloween tree. Spooky!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on October 15th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The Sandbox gets a new update that brings us all a Robocalypse campaign full of 10 new levels to explore. The update also adds 5 new elements to the gameplay, including the ability to control the behavior of robots with magic powders that put them into berserk and sentinel mode.
The robots have arrived to destroy all humanity! So, you better join the resistance and fight to survive!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on September 27th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Greedy Grub gets a new update that helps with the rebuilding of the forest, adding new trees and plants to grow. Also, the update brings multiple new objects in various shops for players to purchase and there are new illustrations and comic cut-scenes for players to enjoy. Make sure to check those things out, along with the new user interface!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on August 9th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Greedy Grub delivers a new update, adding daily bonuses for Pips and Azurites, and additional rewards for your actions. Also added in the update are more quests; including easier quests with simpler objectives and an improved missions tracker that provides a better explanation of each mission’s goals.
Greedy Grub, a fun simulation game based on the work of comic artist Laurel Duermael that will launch this week, released a new gameplay trailer that stars Grub, the adorable hero. Players will take the role of this wormy hero as it’s their job to rebuild a forest after a dreadful winter. There will be eight unique character-driven episodes with quests to complete, all while meeting a cast of lovable characters, collecting unique items, and cherishing nature. Check out the trailer below which is full of tree planting excitement.
Holy crap. No, seriously, holy crap. Pixowl Inc, in collaboration with Bulkypix, are poised to unleash something major on the App Store. It might look like a simple toy at first, but make no mistake: The SandBox is packing some seriously intense concepts behind that cute facade.
When The SandBox first caught my attention, I thought it looked like a nifty little pixelated world-building game. In a way, it kind of is. However, I was thoroughly unprepared for just how many different aspects of this created world could be manipulated. Water will flow down hills, erode stone into sand, turn dirt into fertile soil, evaporate in extreme heat and freeze in extreme cold. Flowers and trees can grow. Weather will develop based largely on the environment. Players can even make rudimentary circuits to do anything from heating to creating light.
The SandBox is still very much in beta at the moment, but that’s no reason not to get excited. What’s already implemented is pretty amazing, actually. A lot of specifics are still up in the air, such as the final number of “story” levels (currently around 20), price and release date. It’s kind of a shame because this is all so cool, but then again it’s probably best not to rush things. Although the super-curious or anxious can try to get in to the beta. No guarantees, though. Regardless, be sure to keep an eye out for The SandBox whenever it does hit the App Store.
Gameloft has released updates for all three of its Order & Chaos titles. This includes Order & Chaos Online, which adds a new dungeon for players over level 70 and more gem slots on weapons for upgrading. Heroes of Order & Chaos celebrates its first year anniversary by adding two new heroes (Evistix, the Bone […]