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Wrassling was a pretty weird - and equally great - little wressling game. Now the developers, Folmer Kelly and Colin Lane, have turned their attention to a different sport: golfing. This is gonna be weird.
You all still play Hearthstone, right? Of course you do. We all do. And Blizzard has been updating it with more and more content so it's why wouldn't we? They're certainly not helping things by releasing yet another expansion, either.
In case you were unaware, One Man Left Studios (Tilt to Live, Outwitters, etc) recently announced their new cooperative digital board game, Space Food Truck, via Kickstarter. We didn't mention this earlier because it was originally said to be for Mac and PC. But now they've officially stated that the game is coming to iOS, so yay!
I got my first glimpse of Kill Me Again at GDC last March, and it's been on my mind every time I've seen a match-3 game ever since. Like I said back then, "I shouldn't be this excited about a match-3 puzzle game, let alone one involving zombies, but I totally am."
Mucho Party is a weird little collection of weird little mini-games with weird little player avatars - and it's getting even more mini-games later this week.
The original Shibuya was a fairly straightforward puzzle game with a catchy techno soundtrack, and it was pretty difficult to put down. Now it's coming back to the App Store by way of the new Shibuya: Grandmaster.
The world was introduced to the Zoombinis for the first time back in 1996 with Logical Journey of the Zoombinis fromTERC (published by Brøderbund Software, back when they existed). The quirky learning puzzle game earned its fair share of supporters over the year - so much so that TERC recently reaquired the rights to the series and ran a successful Kickstarter campaign to remake it. Which means you're going to have Zoombinis on your iPad pretty soon.
With all the forewarning of a bird crashing through a cement wall, Rovio has announced that Angry Birds 2 is officially coming. Not only that, but it's due out at the end of this month.
The last time we talked about Cosmonautica, it was slated to launch in June. Obviously it hasn't come out yet, and it's not June anymore. But I've got a good feeling about this month.
The zombies are back (because that's pretty much all they do anyway) and they're still stupid. The original Stupid Zombies was a fairly simple but entertaining game of bullet ricochet destruction, and Stupid Zombies 3 looks like more of the same while also being a little different.
Koi - Journey of a Fish is a beautiful looking game that calls to mind Flower after about five seconds of watching it in action. And I'm totally okay with that.
Say "hello" to Love You to Bits; a pretty great-looking point-and-click adventure that's coming to the App Store later this year.
An official sequel to 2012's CSR Racing is officially on the way, with Zynga and NaturalMotion releasing a short teaser trailer to get everyone excited. Well, as excited as one can get from a trailer with no gameplay footage, anyway.