Sometimes it’s the most difficult of obstacles that can be the most rewarding. One game hoping to prove this is OCMO, the new tough but fair platformer from developers Team Ocmo. Primed to set every speedrunner’s pulse racing, as an otherworldly black octopus with a hunger for bunnies you’re tasked to swing your way to success.
Launching globally for iOS devices following a successful limited release in other territories, OCMO is aiming to redefine what the hardcore platformer on mobile can be by way of intuitive touch controls. With a setup that gives you great grasp of the titular creature’s tendons, you’ll touch, tap, and swipe your way through many a misty cavern and wobbly woodland in a bid to be the best and claim your prize.
It’s another day, which means another Voodoo game has come to glue our hands to our mobile phones. Yes, it’s been an especially prolific month for this particular mobile publisher, but we’re certainly not complaining. Fire Rides is yet another arcade game in a line of fine Voodoo arcade games in which you swing a fireball through a jagged, geometric tunnel. Fling your ball through hoops for bonus points, but be sure you don’t touch either side of the tunnel, or risk extinguishing your fireball.
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The promising Swing King and the Temple of Bling is releasing June 29th, and today we got the game’s launch trailer, and it looks like fun. The trailer shows off many of the different worlds you’ll encounter as well as the different obstacles you’ll have to avoid on your way to conquering the game’s many levels. If you haven’t read our earlier stories on the game, Swing King and the Temple of Bling is a single-tap portrait game that has you swinging around poles to navigate the environments and solve puzzles as you hunt for treasure.
As you can read about in our Upcoming Games forum thread, the game has some fun mechanics like timed spikes that will force you to time your swings, one-way door systems, eels that cling on to the sides of the levels, and much more. The game is coming out June 29th, so get ready for some fun arcade action.
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Shredworks Games’ Swing King the Temple of Bling will be swinging into the App Store June 29th, and you should probably grab it if you like single-tap portrait games. As we’ve talked about in the past, Swing King is, well, all about swinging around poles to navigate a ton of levels and solve puzzles as you go along. The developers have added plenty of variety in their levels that should keep you entertained as you try to make it through the various levels. There are clamping doors that you have to time, spider webs you can stick on to help time your movement the way you want it, and more.
I like single-tap portrait modes for the single reason that I like multitasking, and being able to play a game while having my coffee is definitely a plus. Swing King and the Temple of Bling is coming out June 29th, and you can check our Upcoming Games forum thread for more information.