Dojo Arcade, an indie studio set up by three former Masters students from the University of Glamorgan, have announced Creature Battle Lab – a creature battling game for iOS. As an intern at the famous ‘Creature Battle Lab’, it’ll be your job to experiment with DNA and create a team of battling creatures. These teams can be unleashed in the lab arena, with the ultimate goal being to work your way through the leagues and to prove that you’re truly a “Pro”-fessor.
Creature Battle Lab will be free-to-play when it mutates into a full game and is released to the world sometime later this year.
The app has been rebuilt from the ground up to include a Universal search – one of the most asked-for features for the app. Universal search allows users to search across all the music services available on the app, making it easier to find all the places where an artist’s work exists, including little known covers and remixes. Also included in this update are easier ways to explore music services and the ability to play full stereo sound from rear channel speakers in a home theatre set-up.
The Sonos Controller app is available now and is free.
A new entry in the Soulcalibur series can now be found on the App Store. Soulcalibur Unbreakable Soul, unlike the original Soulcalibur, is a card-based game that features a one-finger control system, with players selecting what moves they wish to perform from the bottom of the screen. Using this system, players automatically guard when not performing any moves, with well-timed moves creating openings that allow for a barrage of attacks on their opponent. The game also features an all-new story following Cassandra and the Edge Master on their search for fragments of the Soul Edge.
Soulcalibur Unbreakable Soul is available now, is free-to-play and requires an Internet connection.
Posted by Tre Lawrence on March 7th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Cloud Spin has been updated to become a universal app; it is now available for iPhone and iPod Touch in addition to the iPad. Thus, the flying adventure featuring Lucky the rabbit is now playable on a whole lot more iOS devices.
When we had a look at the app in Fall 2013, we thought it was great, and this update definitely increases its attractiveness. The game has also been tweaked with improvements based on on user/reviewer feedback, including more music variety in Tournament mode. To mark this update, the app will be offered for 50% off for a limited time.
Cloud Spin is available on the App Store for $0.99 until March 13, when it returns to its regular price of $1.99.
Posted by Stephen Hall on March 6th, 2014 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Maybe it’s not so much of a food-eating simulator as it is a wild adventure, but Eets Muchies, a new game from Klei Entertainment, hit the App Store today – and you’re in for a treat. This is Klei Entertainment’s first entry into the App Store, and it’s actually a remake of the popular Eets PC game available on Steam.
A beautiful hand-drawn aesthetic defines the game, tying together its countless tricky puzzles across five unique worlds. As you progress, you also have the opportunity to unlock extra-challenging “Mystery” puzzles. When you complete the game, though, there’s also a a Puzzle Maker which allows you to make levels with the same tools as the developers.
Eets Muchies is iPad-only, and available on the App Store right now for $2.99. Be sure to check out the trailer below!