Hooked Digital Media, the production company that brought us Haunting Melissa, has announced that principal photography for Haunting Melissa 2 has begun. The story picks right back up one month after Melissa’s disappearance. Like the original, Haunting Melissa 2 will use Dynamic Story Elements (DSE) that can change the story upon repeat viewing, making each time you play all the more horrifying. The game will be released exclusively on Apple’s new iOS8 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
The original Haunting Melissa was the brain child of director Neal Edelstein, who produced “The Ring,” “The Ring 2,” and “Mulholland Drive,” and was written by Andrew Klavan who penned “True Crime” and “Don’t Say A Word”. They have returned with a a cast of talented actors to make Haunting Melissa 2 disturb the pants off us all over again.
If you haven’t checked out the original game you can pick it up in the App Store for free.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on June 4th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
What could be better than cats and bubble-popping action? More Cats and more bubbles! Bubble Witch Saga fans Will be happy to hear that King has just released a sequel to their popular game with new characters, lots of levels, and of course tons of bubbles. Join Stella and her two feline familiars as they seek to rid Witch Country of the evil Morgana and her dark spirits.
With over 50 levels and biweekly updates, Bubble Witch Saga 2 will keep poppers busy for hours.
Headup Games has announced Bridge Constructor Medieval, which follows in the footsteps of hit game Bridge Constructor.
The gameplay elements will be familiar, but the backdrop in this one gets shifted to a time when knights roamed the land and castle decor was in vogue. As in the original, building the right bridges is key; good bridges can help protect supplies, but can also serve as traps with regards to marauding enemy.
More details on Bridge Constructor Medieval will be forthcoming.
Fireproof Studios announced today both an expansion and a sequel for its multiple-award-winning iPad and iPhone game, The Room. According to the development team, The Room will get an expansion early this coming summer, with a sequel shortly thereafter. The expansion promises to continue the story from the original game, with some foreshadowing of the second. The sequel to The Room plans to take players to an even more spectacular place.
Posted by Rob LeFebvre on November 29th, 2012 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Moar Zombies! The sequel to last year’s freemium game, Contract Killer Zombies, is out now, and it’s looking splendid. You now get weapons and melee abilities up front, letting you hack and slash your way through waves of undead.
Features of Contract Killer Zombies 2 include:
Free-Roaming Third-Person Action: Fight through numerous locations in and around the Safehaven Research Lab.
New Survival Mode: Compete for the highest score by protecting a civilian from waves of zombies.
Multiple Mission Types: Save civilians, find provisions and clear escape routes to open new locations.
Heavy Artillery: Collect shotguns, machine guns, sniper rifles, grenades, axes, chainsaws, health packs and more.
Rankings: Track progress with Game Center Achievements and Leaderboards.
We all knew there would eventually be an Angry Birds sequel, the only questions were how long would it take and what would it look like? While we don’t have any new information about the former we may have learned a bit about the latter, as Rovio CEO Peter Vesterbacka provided us a hint on the direction the franchise may be taking. Vesterbacka stated that “We are not going to do a [traditional] sequel. We want to surprise people. No one has told the story from the pigs point of view.” Interesting. Would an “Angry Pigs” game consist of the same physics-based puzzle system wherein players try to snatch the birds’ eggs from their nests, or might Rovio be considering a complete spin-off of the franchise with entirely new gameplay.
For those more interested in the traditional Angry Birds experience Vesterbacka has also confirmed that the team is working on a multiplayer version of the game. “Multiplayer Angry Birds will be like old school Worms games”, he said. “Multiplayer is a priority, but we have not determined the best way for our players to experience it yet.” In our mind an Angry Birds multiplayer would consist of a game where two players go back and forth trying to knock down an opponent’s fortress while protecting their own. In addition to attack birds maybe the game would include some defensive birds as well which could shield your castle from damage. Who knows what the final version will look like though, we’ll just have to have faith in Rovio’s vision and see what they can come up with.
At any rate, one of the biggest franchises on iOS is inevitably going to get even bigger and we’re quite excited. All this on top of the fact that Angry Birds will soon be invading consoles, leaving no one safe from their addictive, physics-based gameplay. Anybody else suddenly have birds on the brain?
Magnetic Joe 2 is a paid follow-up to its formerly free predecessor that provides a nice mix of arcade action and momentum-based puzzles. It's fun, light-hearted fare that will please both fans and newcomers.
Out this Fall is a new kind of card battle game: Outcast Odyssey. From This Means WAR! developer Magic Pixel Games, and Bandai Namco, you’ll be able to explore and discover new worlds, fight various foes, and take on a number of quests. There’ll be guilds to join too, so you can tag along with […]