Pac-Man has proven to be one of those ageless gaming characters that manages to somehow find success with every generation. I don’t know whether it is the dodging of ghosts or the collecting of pellets, but it is something that has entranced me as well. This is why Paco Mania jumps out at us as something that you should be checking out. Touted as a 3D re-imaging of the popular franchise, players will make their way through a maze collecting random pieces of coinage. Time to embrace your own personal “Gold Rush.”
Released: 2011-07-05 :: Category: Games
Sunshine Cruise Lines
Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to be the captain of your own ship? In Sunshine Cruise Lines you get to do just that, while also getting a heavy dose of micromanagement themed gameplay as well. You can set sail for any number of different exotic locations, all while enjoying an adventure on the high seas.
Released: 2011-06-23 :: Category: Games
Galaga 30th Collection
When it comes to game franchises that just keep persevering, Galaga ranks right up there with Pac-Man. After thirty years of seeing numerous different revivals in many different ways, shapes, and forms, this time the game ventures out on the iOS. Featuring the four most well know iterations in the series, the title features the first game for free, with an option to purchase the other three games in app. This is a must own for any arcade fanatic.
Released: 2011-06-08 :: Category: Games
City of Wonder
Sid Meier created a gaming behemoth when he breathed life into the Civilization franchise eons ago. Picking up where that series left off, City of Wonder is a free exploration into the world of city and culture crafting. Players can harvest resources, drive scientific exploration and even construct entire metropolises. If peace isn’t something that sounds like fun, there is even an ability to arm the civilians and let slip the dogs of war. It is sure to soothe anyone’s inner warlord.
Released: 2011-05-25 :: Category: Games
Really?! There is such a thing as a game dedicated to a gliding hunk of processed plastic? By the nature of the product there is no way to actually even simulate its use in any way, shape, or form, yet somehow this game exists. Controlling a disk as it soars through a wide variety of different enviroments, there are over one hundred different stages at the player’s disposal. Needless to say, but this is the type of game that will keep you busy for quite some time.