What new gaming delights are there on a App Store and Google Play Store this week? That’s what we aim to discern below.
We’ve got a some honestly engaging things this week, including a integrate of long-awaited (and presumably even forgotten) sequels and a whole garland of games with genuine pedigree.
Join us after in a week once we’ve had a possibility to play them all.
Have we been personification anything else new this week? Do share with a rest of us in a comments below.
Drop Wizard Tower is a new arcade platformer with super-cute graphics. But what unequivocally carries this into ‘sign me up’ domain is that it’s from Nitrome.
It’s strike zombie canon survive-’em-up DayZ, reduced to unstable distance with a top-down viewpoint and simplified gameplay. Scavenge for supplies, arm up, and rivet your enemies usually when necessary.
Star Vikings Forever already looked intriguing enough, what with a puzzle-RPG gameplay and stupid sci-fi setting. But it’s also from a group that done Chroma Squad, so a courtesy is good and truly piqued.
By Raptisoft – buy on iOS
The strange Hoggy, that expelled approach behind in 2010, was a neat height puzzler with resources clearly carried from your favourite 16-bit platformers.
A flattering new environmental puzzler with a critical summary during a core, and published by UK TV channel Channel 4. Fascinating.
Here’s another long-awaited sequel. Grand Prix Story came out in 2011, when it tender us with a lovable motorsport government action.
A busy-looking MOBA-card battler hybrid with online PvP. With stompy titans, naturally.
A minimalist puzzler that presents we with a mixed of wires, nodes, and electrical sources and asks we to approach electrons from cathode to output. Sounds like tough work.
By Electronauts – download on iOS
In a arise (arf!) of Battle Bay, we’re all for online multiplayer naval battles apropos a thing. Battleboats.io looks like it could blemish that eagerness with a guarantee of epic 10 vs. 10 battles.