Last year, I made a list of the top ten games I felt were missing from iOS. Then, a funny thing happened. The number 1 and number 6 games were ported to iOS in Scribblenauts: Remix and Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, respectively.
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Ladies and gentlemen, join Delta Attack contributors Mark A. Brooks, Markham Asylum, and Fade to Slack for their monthly roundtable discussion.
In this episode, we talk about many different topics and games. What starts as a discussion about the legitimacy of iOS as a gaming platform nosedives into a hodgepodge of off-topic treats. Marvel at one man’s recognition that he may be too old and out of touch to relate to core gamers. Listen to a conversation about Diablo 3 transform into a discussion about South Korea’s lack of an Auction House feature and Korean laws meant to curtail natural selection. And then watch as Fade to Slack does his best Thanos impression and talks about being pro-death.
By the way, you look stunning today. I just couldn’t go on any longer without telling you that.
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If there’s one thing that scares me in the App Store, it’s games that are “Free” from day one. For every game like Tiny Towers that seemingly use in-app purchases merely as a tip jar, there are another twenty games like Tap Zoo that prey upon a player’s impulsive nature.
Punch Hero, Gamevil’s latest game which bears a striking resemblance to Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out in stills, was released for free in the App Store. It, like many other free-to-play games, features a secondary currency and items that can only be purchased with that currency. Is this a harbinger of things to come?
Placing creative restrictions on one’s self is oftentimes the key to brilliant artistic achievements, as evidenced by Scottish artist Michael‘s self-imposed rule of including Adolf Hitler in every round of Draw Something.
Want to see more? Go visit his tumblr page, aptly titled “Ignore Hitler“, for pages upon pages of Hitleresque Draw Something creations.
X-posted from Quirkins
After Angry Birds made the transition, I suppose it was only a matter of time before other developers ported their iOS and Android hits to Facebook. Enter my pick for the 2011 iOS Game of the Year, Jetpack Joyride.
Just picked up Cut the Rope: Experiments and this video popped on while I was playing. I know it’s not new, but my son loves it immensely and has been watching it on infinite repeat; you may enjoy it too.
President’s Day? Save a few Washingtons and pick up our game for just one dollar!
Valentine’s Day? You’re going to LOVE these prices.
National Pancake Day? I had pancakes last week! Make our game sell like hotcakes!