‘Box Cat’ Developer Giving Canines Some Love with ‘Dig Dog – Treasure Hunter’, Coming this Thursday and Up for Pre-Order Now

You may know indie developer Rusty Moyher from his great same-device multiplayer games like Astro Party [Free] or Bloop [$ 4.99], or perhaps from his clever “flapformer” SHAARK! [$ 0.99] or even from his 2017 Train Jam game-jam-game-turned-full release Train Bandit [Free]. But more than likely you’ll recognize his name from the twitchy cat-themed arcade games Box Cat [$ 1.99] and its spin-off Box Cat Bash [Free]. Yep, that Rusty sure does love cats! “But what about DOGS!?” I hear roughly half the population crying, and Mr. Moyher aims to please fans of both animals with his newest game Dig Dog – Treasure Hunter. This blends three of the greatest gaming elements into one: Doggos, digging, and roguelikes. Check out the very adorable trailer.

There are two main modes in Dig Dog. The first is called Bone Hunt, and it’ll have you battling enemies, digging for bones, and discovering shops to buy a variety of items across four different worlds of increasing difficulty, and you can “Expect to die a lot.” Then there’s Free Dig mode which is inspired by the zen-like masterpiece Desert Golfing [$ 1.99]. Your progress will be continuously saved as you dig through an infinite set of levels with only minor challenges and no Game Overs. I love Rusty’s games so I’m stoked to take a walk on the doggo side with Dig Dog when it launches this Thursday. If you’re on an iOS 11 device you can actually click this link right here to be taken to the App Store to pre-order the game, which is $ 2.99 with no IAP.


Best iPhone Game Updates: ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’, ‘Cat Quest’, ‘Marvel Future Fight’, ‘Disney Crossy Road’, and More

Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It’s time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. Tis the season for holiday updates, and we’re already starting to see a bunch of them. There are some other great updates that fall outside of that pattern, though, and I’ve tried to pick the best of the bunch. Of course, you can keep an eye out for updates yourself using AppShopper or by participating in the TouchArcade forums. This weekly summary is just here to fill you in on the things you might have missed. Let’s dig in!

MARVEL Avengers Academy, Free After a reasonably chill event based on Thor: Ragnarok, the big holiday event has come to Avengers Academy. It’s… the Pet Avengers? This game can be so weird sometimes, friends. Anyway, you can unlock Howard the Duck, Hairball, Throg, Redwing, Firebird, Zabu, and some returning characters. There are also some special animal forms for existing characters, but they’re already looking like complete whale-bait. I’m also deducting points for not including Ms. Lion.

Fire Emblem Heroes, Free Animal Crossing may be the new baby in the family, but I firmly believe that Fire Emblem Heroes will remain Nintendo’s most successful mobile game for the foreseeable future. I mean, look at this latest update. It kicks off a new story that is immediately accessible to new players and gives away a decent 5-star character just for completing the first chapter. On top of that, there’s a new weapon refinery system that allows you to enhance your existing characters, and 100 new free slots in the barracks for you to expand your character collection with.

Cat Quest, $ 4.99 Cat Quest is one of the best mobile games of this year, in my opinion, and it would have been just fine to leave the game as-is. But I’m not going to say no to new content, and that’s just what this update delivers. There are two new modes to play. New Game+ is the usual example of such, allowing you to play through the game again with your beefy level and gear. Mew Game allows you to play the game with some special modifiers. Both modes are unlocked when you clear the game for the first time. I can’t see any reason at all to withhold the coveted UMMSotW award from the Gentlebros this week, so there you go.

Alpha Omega, Free The quirky yet relaxing word game Alpha Omega gets fairly regular updates with new level packs to keep its players busy. The latest of the bunch is a holiday-themed pack. You can pick it up via a reasonably-priced IAP and have something to discretely keep you busy while you pretend to care about what your relatives are nattering on about at the family Christmas dinner. Just act like you’re checking the weather or something. A lot.

Disney Crossy Road, Free Life is like a hurricane, here in, Duckberg! Ha, now the song is playing in your head. One of the weirdest yet coolest things I’ve seen in recent years is the comeback of DuckTales, something I thought would never again be let out of the Disney vaults. Yet here we are with a remake of the game, a brand new cartoon, and now the characters appearing in more generally Disney-branded things. Scrooge, Gizmo Duck, Darkwing Duck, and more are now available to unlock in Disney Crossy Road. Let’s get dangerous!

Subway Surfers, Free If you’re looking for an interesting urban location to have your hooligan children subway surf around in, it’s hard to go wrong with Saint Petersburg. In this latest update, the kids are zooming around a holiday-themed version of the city, complete with Christmas trees, wreaths, and presents. You can recruit a new surfer named Nicolai and even unlock a special new outfit for him. There are also two new boards up for grabs. Plenty to keep you busy through the cold winter nights.

MARVEL Future Fight, Free The whole Marvel Ultimate brand sure took a twisty road, didn’t it? What started as a fresh continuity aimed at new readers eventually collapsed under the weight of its own continuity and now lives on with certain characters sprinkled into the main continuity and the Ultimates name affixed to a team that has largely no affiliation with that other, expired continuity. Woof. Anyway, the latest event in Future Fight involves that team, which means there are some new characters in the game. Sam Nova, America Chavez, the latest incarnation of Quasar, Blue Marvel, and Anti-Man are now on the roster. Enjoy an all-new chapter! If you can afford it, anyway.

Star Wars™: Commander, Free This is apparently a big update that celebrates the release of The Last Jedi, a movie which will clearly depict the last time we see a Jedi in anything Star Wars ever, a-yup. At any rate, there’s some kind of new event system implemented here that has you earning EP to work your way through the event. You can open supply crates for extra goodies and clear events to try to earn some new Last Jedi-themed units, including some new Speeder vehicles. Sure, that seems fine.

Metro 2033 Wars, Free Hunh, this is still getting updates. That’s cool. This new version includes seven new fighters from a Russian Super-Soldier project, some improvements to the UI, and new incentivized advertisements. Also, bug fixes, balance tweaks, and other improvements. I wish there were more to say here, but some updates just have to speak for themselves. Then I have to say something else so that the paragraph doesn’t look weird. Obscure 1980s reference!

Temple Run 2, Free Temple Run 2 always knows how to do holidays right, and this year is no exception. The Frozen Festival introduces two new zones, the ice caves and the frozen cliffs. There are also two new costumes. Sigur dons the attire of a lumberjack, while Freya takes after a forester. Of course, there are a lot of little extra touches like snowmen, lights, presents, candles, and more to set the mood. As much as you can with an evil monkey in pursuit of the player, anyway. At least it’s a festive evil monkey!

That about wraps it up for last week’s significant updates. I’m sure I’ve missed some, though, so please feel free to comment below and let everyone know if you think something should be mentioned. As usual, major updates will likely get their own news stories throughout this week, and I’ll be back next Monday to summarize and fill in the blanks. Have a great week!


‘Cat Bird’ Update Will Add New World, New Boss, and More

Cat Bird [Free], the very cute and very fun platformer that won our highly coveted Game of the Week award, will be getting more content on October 26th, which is great news for everyone who likes cats, birds, and cat birds. The update will add world 4, which will be unlocked for everyone in the beginning. This new world will have a space theme (cats in space!), so it will introduce a portal mechanic to make things fun. There are 2 levels that will require crowns to pass, but when you beat them, you get some new skins for your cute Cat Bird. So, as you can guess, we are getting unlockable skins in this update, which should be fun given how cute the original skin is for Cat Bird.

The update will also add a new boss and new cutscenes, more achievements you can bravely achieve, and a new leaderboard. If you enjoy the game, and you probably do if you like a good platformer, you should have plenty of fun with the new content. Check our Game of the Week writeup for more on the game.


‘Box Cat’ Developer’s Twitchy Arcade Game ‘Train Bandit’ Releasing October 12th

Indie developer Rusty Moyher and his studio Wild Rooster have announced the release date of the twitchy arcade game Train Bandit which is now set to arrive next week on October 12th. Developed during the 2017 Train Jam, Train Bandit is one of those left/right twitch games somewhat similar to Timberman and its ilk that has you playing as the titular bandit hopping back and forth between train cars taking out “The Law” that’s trying to bring you down. Here’s the brand new launch trailer for Train Bandit so you can see it in action.

We were able to check out a work-in-progress version of Train Bandit during GDC this past March, literally days after it had been conceived and built, and while it was originally pegged for a release in April Rusty has taken the additional time to polish up the experience for mobile. In addition it will be launching on Steam and Xbox One on the same day it arrives for iOS. That extra time has gone into adding additional enemy types as well as unlockable bandits and leaderboards to compete on. I’m crazy about these types of twitch high scoring games so I’ll be looking forward to checking out Train Bandit next week.


“Mew” Game Plus Mode and “Meow-difiers” Coming to ‘Cat Quest’ in New Update

When we first heard news of Cat Quest [$ 4.99] way back in June of last year, I don’t think any of us could have expected just how good the game would be. It officially launched in early August and took players on a cute, cat-filled adventure that felt surprisingly epic while still feeling totally tailored to our tiny mobile device screens. We awarded it our Game of the Week upon release and easily gave it 5 stars in our review. We also got more than our fill of cat puns (but are always craving more). Well, after that stellar launch and reception, Cat Quest is readying some pretty big things for a future content update. Many games offer a “New Game Plus” mode upon completing the game once, giving you a reason to play through the game again, and Cat Quest is no exception. Except in this case, true to their punny nature, it’ll be known as Mew Game Plus.

After beating the game at least once, you can fire up a Mew Game which will allow you to enable certain modifiers, or meow-difiers as developer Gentlebros calls them. These will allow things like turning off leveling so you’ll need to complete the entire game with a Level 1 character only, or turning off armor and weapons entirely forcing you to complete the game “naked.” Best of all is that unique armors and weapons will be added which you’ll only be able to get by completing the game again with some of these meow-difiers enabled. The more meow-difiers you use, the greater the rewards. Finally, the game will be recording the time you take to complete a Mew Game so if you’re the type who enjoys speedrunning then this will be of interest to you. Gentlebros estimates they’re about 60% complete with the new update so expect to hear more about it soon and be sure to follow along in our forums.


The Gentlebros open-world RPG ‘Cat Quest’ pounces on Android a day early

That’s right, Cat Quest is finally available on the Play Store. While it had already landed on Steam and iOS over a month ago, The Gentlebros made it clear that Android users would have to wait for their own separate release date, which was planned for the 15th of this month. Luckily it would appear that our wait is over as Cat Quest is here a day early.

If like me you have been waiting for an adorable cat-themed open-world RPG filled to the brim with cat puns, well then my friend, you are in luck.

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‘Cat Quest’ Review – An Interactive How-to on Mobile RPGs

We’ve had our teeth sunk into Cat Quest [$ 4.99] here at Touch Arcade Towers for a while now. It’s been just about a year since one of our first looks at the game at TGS 2016. Since then we also took a peek into the dev process Gentlebros went through to cook up this Action-RPG offering. A lot of times our Patreon supporters will ask us about games that shape or define a genre, and Cat Quest, for all its levity, has left an indelible paw print on that list.

Cat Quest is a beat em up dungeon crawling world travelling dragon killing game where you have to level up and find the loot that lets you kill the boss and save the girl. This is of course in a world inhabited by anthropomorphic cats set in a classic fantasy swords, spells, and staves backdrop. You have access to numerous small towns that each have their own concerns and tasks that a young enterprising feline can take up to gain further experience and gear.

You don’t need much of a tutorial to pick up Cat Quest and just start smacking around enemies. In fact, it may be one of the most simple games I have enjoyed playing on my iPhone. Everything about this game is streamlined into just the essentials. Plot: You are a cat with a sister who gets kidnapped. Save her. Controls: Tap to move and attack, hold down to select spells. Setting: Cats vs. Dragons. What should strike you about this game is that for all of this, the game avoids being a one-note monotone experience. The game never feels thinly formulaic even though the core components are anything but complex.

So what is it that sets this one apart? The first thing that strikes you on opening this app is that the feel of this game is incredible. The sappy bombastic adventure music, the weight of movement and combat all combine to an amazingly epic environment. I am not one to gush over how a game looks, but this one really strikes a chord with me. I still have Wizards and Wagons [$ 4.99] installed and still love it to death and Cat Quest feels like the answer to the question, what if I could go out and explore a world that looks like that? Rather than simply riding on a rail from town to town, you get to go out and explore and conquer the wild areas of the map. When you get out there and come face to face with the enemy, combat animations feel intensly satisfying when you blow up an enemy or hack them to pieces, the sounds and sights are just a pleasure to behold. Of course Wizards and Wagons has a whole lot less cats, but they can be forgiven I am sure.

Combat feels like it was made specifically for mobile, and that is because it kind of was. For this release, mechanics from the PC version like dodge rolling and spell casting have been pruned. These changes allow you to play the game with a single finger without need of action or directional buttons bolted on to the user interface. This means that the user interface is really minimal. You have a simple inventory and spell selection screen, map, level indicator and settings button. Part of the reason the game looks great is that there is SO MUCH screen property dedicated to the action in the game itself. There is no longer a dodge roll but reaction time still feels like you have enough time to avoid damge, and spell casting now has a menu that shows up if you tap and hold your finger on the screen.

While some Steam gamers have come out to say that the game is too easy with PC controls, I think difficulty is perfect on mobile. Some enemies have simple melee attack circles that show up around them while most have more complex attacks that are telegraphed by intricately designed spell indicators. These large templates are truly terrifying when you feel surrounded or trapped in a corner. Overcoming powerful monsters bestows this wonderful feeling of accomplishment once you learn the timing of the spells and how you need to approach each enemy.

I won’t comment too heavily on the story of the game, but rest assured that any cat jokes you would have expected in this review are missing because Cat Quest is a vortex of cat jokes. I would be doing the game an injustice by trying to shoe horn in even a fraction of the puns, intentional misspellings, and cat talk that pervades this title. The plot starts out as a very basic guy saving the damsel trope but side quest story arcs and wrinkles along the way help smooth out the experience. Did I mention the cat jokes? You literally have a navigator cat spirit that follows you and probably can’t go more than a sentence or so without one.

Once you get your bearings, the game revolves around the different story lines you can involve yourself in and the loot you can discover from dungeons, win from quests, and buy from the armor shop in game. The gold you collect can be spent on inexpensive small chests containing nominal gear or upgrades or large chests that contain special items or upgrades to loot that can only be gotten from completing key story line missions. I’ve personally been investing in the big ones but there is not a clear winner and at the end of the day a lot of gear decisions will radiate out from what type of a fighter you want to be. Do you want to cast spells, swing a big sword, or take a few hits without blinking an eye? Of course you can mix and match but whatever gear you choose, your cat will probably look just adorable. The hat selection in this game is quite fantastic. One hope I have is that future content will be added to Cat Quest to expand even further the types of hats you can find and maybe even a transmogrification system to let you have stats of one piece of equipment with the look of another.

I mentioned earlier that Cat Quest feels like a game with mobile as its main target audience. Even though the Steam version has been out for a while, to me this was not a PC game that got ported, but a mobile game that ended up with an incidentally wider release platform. There are so many principles of mobile game design in practice here that either it was a happy accident or this was built to be a mobile smash hit. The controls, the pick up and play, even the light-hearted setting all play well into what mobile gamers flock to. Nothing about this game forces you into obscure menus or long drawn out quest text. Towns were designed to be a part of the world map with no loading screens required to enter them and each one contains a save point. Dungeons can be completed within minutes.

So many times you play an RPG on mobile and you think to yourself, oh I need to spend several minutes organizing my inventory or I need a few minutes to stop what I am doing. You never get that feeling playing Cat Quest and while it is simple and it feels like it could be generic, it’s exactly what an RPG on the go should be. At $ 4.99 you’re buying a game that we’ll be telling people “this is how you make a mobile RPG” next year, the year after that, maybe for a really long time.


TouchArcade Game of the Week: ‘Cat Bird’

The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn’t necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game in a review, the game with the best graphics, or really any other quantifiable “best” thing. Instead, it’s more just us picking out the single game out of the week’s releases that we think is the most noteworthy, surprising, interesting, or really any other hard to describe quality that makes it worth having if you were just going to pick up one.

These picks might be controversial, and that’s OK. If you disagree with what we’ve chosen, let’s try to use the comments of these articles to have conversations about what game is your game of the week and why.

Without further ado…


Cat Bird

Everyone knows I love cats, and everyone (probably) knows how much I love platformers. And birds are pretty cool too. So it should be no surprise to see that Ryan Carag’s Cat Bird [Free] has managed to woo me into landing itself a Game of the Week recommendation. Ok, so pixel art “throwback” platformers are done to death nowadays, and it can be hard to stomach yet another one even if it’s a genre you enjoy. That said, while Cat Bird doesn’t necessarily break any new ground, it’s rare amongst the flood of retro-style platformers to see one so well-realized with a fantastic control scheme and truly well-designed levels.

You play as the titular Cat Bird which is a hybrid of both cat and bird, but looks more like a white bat. Hey, maybe that’s the joke, that bats are actually cats with wings? I always thought of bats as rats with wings, but that also describes New York City pigeons. There’s a deep, philosophical debate that needs to happen about all this, but for now all you need to know is that being a Cat Bird means you can run, jump, and float by flapping your furry(?) wings. If you remember the old Ghosts ‘n Goblins spinoff for the Game Boy called Gargoyle’s Quest, or its sequels Gargoyle’s Quest 2 and Demon’s Crest, then this game feels like an homage to that floating style of gameplay.

One of the game’s biggest strengths is its simple set of moves–run, jump, float–as it’s simply a means to negotiate your way through more than 40 levels of extremely well-designed puzzle platforming. Rather than having your actual move set become more complex, the game throws increasingly complex challenges your way, oftentimes requiring the use of your unique floating ability in order to suss them out. It’s a one hit and you’re dead kind of game, but rather than having an allotment of lives Cat Bird actually counts your number of deaths instead. This opens up the bonus challenge of trying to go back and complete levels without dying, and coupled with a Time Trial mode and hidden Crowns to collect that are spread throughout many levels, there’s a lot of replay value once you’ve made your way through the game the first time.

All of this is of course wrapped up in a very adorable package. Your Cat Bird itself is extremely cute, in a slightly creepy kind of way… but still cute! Let’s just say I’d rather not run into that abomination of nature in real life anytime soon, but in pixel form it’s quite adorbs. The environments are detailed and full of life with little creatures fluttering about, and the music is boppy and upbeat which fits the game well. I seemingly can’t get enough of platforming games, but with so many on the market it takes more than even a “very good” one to hold my attention. Cat Bird is beyond very good, it’s excellent in fact, and although it’s not changing the face of retro platformers as we know them you’d be hard-pressed to find such a lovingly crafted and challenging one for the price of free with the option to pay $ 1.99 to remove ads and make it a fully premium experience.


Out Now: ‘Radiation City’, ‘Cat Bird’, ‘Bertram Fiddle Episode 2’, ‘Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition’, ‘Bust-A-Move Journey’, ‘Little Red Lie’, ‘Swipe Manager: Soccer’, ‘Unbalance’ and More

Welcome to another packed week of new iOS game releases! We are furiously refreshing the App Store in search of the iPad version of Darkest Dungeon, but it hasn’t launched in time for this post. Rest assured we’ll let you know the moment it hits. There are a couple of other games we’re waiting on, including the surreal adventure game Karma. Incarnation 1 and the revitalized classic racer Wacky Wheels HD. Those stragglers aside, there is a TON of cool stuff that’s out already, including the didn’t-even-know-it-was-in-the-works follow-up to Radiation Island called Radiation City, and you can see all the new games in the full list below and as always be sure to let us know which ones have your interest this week!


Armada Commander

iTunes Description

Armada Commander is a strategy game where players command their Emperial fleet to engage with enemies in epic space battles for liberation of the Omegus Galaxy!

Omegus galaxy was invaded by Wakkuks lead hostile forces who defeated all the Emperial forces. They seized the command stations and different sectors of the Omegas galaxy, using them as a base to invade other Emperial colonies. You have to lead the Emperial forces to liberate the Omegus galaxy from all the adversaries and annul further invasion of Emperial colonies.

Forum Thread: Armada Commander (By BrainGearGames)

Bertram Fiddle Episode 2: A Bleaker Predicklement

iTunes Description

The year is 1884 and Victorian London is ready for the greatest Adventure ever told.

Can you solve the puzzles and help Bertram Fiddle finally track down the despicable Geoff the Murderer?

Explore dark alleys, talk to suspicious characters, uncover the evil plot that threatens Victorian London in this comedy murder mystery like no other.

A beautifully animated Adventure Game, fully Voice Acted and filled to the brim with gloriously detailed artwork and terrible, terrible puns.

Forum Thread: Bertram Fiddle: Episode 2: A Bleaker Predicklement (By Rumpus Animation)


iTunes Description

Bitgram is an addicting and minimalist puzzle game that will challenge your brain!

Bitgram features a brand new concept: each shape can only be of two colors and can only be placed on the opposite color.

Easy to learn and relaxing to play: place as many shapes as you can, just like on a tangram and reach a high score!

Forum Thread: Bitgram (By 1Button)

Block Droppin’

iTunes Description

Slide blocks to make shapes. Drop shapes to score points. But be careful about where those shapes end up!

Block Droppin’ is the latest fast-paced puzzle game to train your brain and test your reflexes. Combining elements of sliding tiles, falling blocks, and old school puzzle games, Block Droppin’ takes quick wits and concentration, so make sure your sliding skills are up to the task!

Forum Thread: Block Droppin’ (By Rocketship Park)

Buff Mountain

iTunes Description

The lumberjack endless runner and beard simulator!

Only the beardliest lumberjacks will have what it takes to bound over bouncing boulders, smash through fallen trees, and dive between eagles as you run to the top of Buff Mountain. Unlock dozens of outfits, hats, axes, and beards and show the world that you are the buffest lumberjack!

Forum Thread: Buff Mountain (by Ornithopter Games)


iTunes Description

BUST-A-MOVE Features:
– Shoot bubbles and match 3 or more bubbles of the same color to make them pop!
– Complete your missions in every stage such as “Pop all the bubbles!”, “Reach the target score!” and “Save Chack’n!”!

Forum Thread: BUST-A-MOVE JOURNEY (By TAITO Corporation)

Cat Bird

iTunes Description

A cute-tastic journey across worlds.

Help Cat Bird on his challenging platform adventure on an epic quest to get back home.

Venture through unique worlds hovering across pits, traps, enemies, and saw blades. Beware of the mighty guardians that block your path.

Join the journey and open your inner meow!

Forum Thread: Cat Bird! (By Ryan Carag)


iTunes Description

Join the new worldwide action-strategy adventure as you build your soldier clan, fight off unruly zombies that have taken over the town, and compete to become the ultimate Clan!

● Build your clan of amazing soldiers, supercharge them with upgrades, and devise the ultimate plan to protect your territory.
● Go head-to-head with rival zombie clan with various attacks, like freezers and bombers, to claim your territory.
● Battle across 40 crazy levels with ultra-challenging endless zones.
● Power through multiple quests on your epic journey to keep you on the edge of your seat and earn gems and gold!
● Strategize with your zombie library. You can view details of each type of zombie to help you plan your strategic moves and tactics to wipe them out!

Forum Thread: Clans (by Konig Studios)


iTunes Description

An addictive puzzle about making 4s & destroying special blocks!

Play Foor as a relaxing, new type of brain exercise. You can play and have fun in seconds, but it’s challenging to master.

Combine at least 4 matching color blocks in line to eliminate special blocks. As game progresses more special blocks will emerge. How high can you score before the entire board fills up?

Forum Thread: Foor (By aHi Labs)

Hipster Sheep

iTunes Description

Dress up in vintage threads and solve mind bending puzzles to stay ahead of what is still uncool and undiscovered! Today, the Next Big Thing is Indigo Dubstep Music, but what about tomorrow?

Living the hipster life can be puzzling – especially for a sheep!

Forum Thread: Hipster Sheep (by Animoca Brands)

Kemono Mahjong

iTunes Description

No mere tile-matching solitaire game, this is a full implementation of Japanese Mahjong. A fun, strategic variant of the classic Chinese 4-player game!

Forum Thread: Kemono Mahjong (by CyberDog Software)

Link Track

iTunes Description

1. Link Track is a very interesting puzzle game.
2. This game provides two type of puzzle modes: Color Link mode and Number Track mode. Each mode corresponds to a unique puzzle mechanism.

Forum Thread: Link Track (By Mudotek Mobile Games)

Little Red Lie

iTunes Description


Little Red Lie is a narrative-focused, interactive fiction experience that reduces the traditional nine-verb adventure game structure down to a single, context-dependent interaction: LIE.

Gameplay consists of navigating conversations and environments which will require you to lie to both others and yourself in order to secure your financial and personal future.

Forum Thread: Little Red Lie (By WZO Games)

Marvin The Cube

iTunes Description

Meet Marvin, a small cube looking for his place in the Universe.
Help him with solving encountered puzzles and finding the perfect look!

Enjoy original gameplay, complemented by pleasant music and nice graphics.
Unleash your inner cube!

Forum Thread: Marvin The Cube (By MJ Bros)

Mount Everest Story

iTunes Description

Can you get your team to the top of Mount Everest?
This amazing Everest climbing simulation game dares you!
Battle the cold, the thin atmosphere, the wind and the snow! Do your best to avoid debilitating medical conditions! React to dramatic and dynamic weather conditions! Stay alive in the death zone!
The higher you climb Mount Everest, the more points you will score! But keep your team rested and in good health. There are severe penalties for injuries.

Forum Thread: Mount Everest Story (by Jabatoba)

No Credit? No Problem!

iTunes Description

You are Employee0318.

It’s your first day on the job as a Title Loan Agent. You must get past the probationary period which involves successfully accepting or denying 15 applications.

Forum Thread: No Credit? No Problem! (by Razoric)

Radiation City

iTunes Description

Forty years after the unfortunate accident of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, destiny brings you to the area of carefully recreated city of Pripyat. Uncover the amazing story, untangle the mystery and try to save your loved one.

This is not an easy task. It’s a huge open world area filled with dangers and anomalies. Hungry predators and sub-human creatures, they all want a piece of you. The elements, combined with radiation and unexplained phenomenon, make the lovely looking environment a place where you shouldn’t be. Yet, here you are.

Scavenge for resources inside any building and especially the landmarks of Pripyat: hotel Polissya, the cultural center, cinema Prometheus, the swimming pool and all the abandoned flat buildings. Craft and choose your gear wisely. Discover and use the campsites for safely passing the nights. Equipment, weapons and the vehicles you may find and use are your only friends.

Forum Thread: Radiation City (By Atypical Games)


iTunes Description

It’s Tetris-inspired gameplay with a colorful twist that’s out of this world!

Your mission as a Rainbonaut (rainbow + astronaut) is to power the galaxy by making rainbows. With two equally awesome game modes, you can play endlessly or travel through the galaxy mission by mission, unlocking powerful heroes to join your crew as you go!

Forum Thread: Rainbonauts (by Tinker)

Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition

iTunes Description

The best fighting series on mobile has returned and become even more SPECIAL – Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition!!

Now it’s your turn to meet Titan in person and put an end to his terror. Walk through the Gates of Shadows into the dangerous world full of memorable fights and brave heroes. These lands are waiting for a risky adventurer to appear and save them from the oppression of a sinister invader from another dimension! Discover a thrilling mix of two world’s most popular game genres – Fighting & RPG. Gather a huge arsenal of lethal weapons, combine your gear and upgrade dozens of skills and moves!

Forum Thread: Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition (by Nekki Limited)

Snake Crayon Run

iTunes Description

Collect the balls in the different rainbow colors and create snake alike lines. Move through the endless color pattern and infinite physics obstacles in Snake Crayon Run. Enjoy two game modes of pure amusement and nail-baiting challenges accompanied with hand-drawn graphics, sound effects and high score system. How long can go slither through the obstacles? Try our Rainbow LGBT inspired slither game.

Forum Thread: Snake Crayon Run (by Thao Tran)

Swipe Manager: Soccer

iTunes Description

Unfit players, greedy agents, septic tattoos and rowdy fans are just some of the challenges you’ll face as you attempt to take your team to the top! Swipe Manager: Soccer is a ‘choose your own adventure’ game where you call the shots as a football manager, controlling everything via a card dragging mechanic – simply move the card left or right to see your choice of answers and then let go to select.

Whether you’re challenging for a European trophy or fighting to avoid relegation; every season is a roller coaster ride! Experience a combination of football action and man management dilemmas as you juggle your popularity with your players, fans, chairman and the press, in an attempt to keep them all happy… and avoid the sack!

Forum Thread: Swipe Manager: Soccer (by Swipe Studios Interactive)

Thwackity Puttz

iTunes Description

Time to putt for success, as you aim to complete each of the 9 holes in each round of Thwackity Puttz golf.

Somewhat similar to most Golf games, Points are scored based on how many hits you have remaining at the end of each hole, with extra points awarded for hitting a birdie or eagle.
Take your time, and thwack your way through the many courses available.

Forum Thread: Thwackity Puttz (by James Gamble)


iTunes Description

Unbalance is a minimalist physics puzzle about minimal geometry and balance.

Unbalance the shape by dropping balls and make the red ball fall into right place.Join this beautiful geometric journey!

Forum Thread: Unbalance (by Turan Arslangil)


iTunes Description

Pilot the newest model of Vulkasus tank in fierce battle fields in the quest of finding and killing the bug queen to stop the invasion in this classic sci-fi warfare.
Riding with you is Siri, the AI operator, to help guide you through intense war zones riddled with cunning enemies such as alien insects and pirates.
Upgrade your tank as you conquer deadly frontiers.
Ride on.

Forum Thread: Vulkasus (by Proteinbeer Games)

Wingy Pop

iTunes Description

Help a little wonky bird to save mischievous eggs from falling into a dangerous river.
Bounce back and forth collecting eggs and avoiding bombs, use various powerups, open new characters, get amusing stickers, compete with your friends in weekly tournaments and have tons of fun!

Forum Thread: Wingy Pop (by Happymagenta)

Word Pop – Endless Brain Game

iTunes Description

Challenge your vocabulary and speed with this awesome word game!

Find as many words as you can while you race against the clock. Every word you find earns you points and adds more time, while more letters are added to the grid. The longer the word, the more points you get!

Forum Thread: Word Pop – Endless Brain Game (by Squadventure)


iTunes Description

WordScatter is a brand new word game where the goal is to connect scattered words on the board by rearranging tiles. If you can connect the word before you run out of moves, you win!

Forum Thread: WordScatter! (By ConnectApps)