Indie developer Morgan Davies of Sauce Digital has been doing some interesting work on the App Store and taking some risks. His most recent games have tried to introduce some new and very touch-screen friendly control schemes: Monkey Tennis and Touch Soccer 3D.

The problem with innovation, however, is unfamiliarity. The biggest criticisms of both games have been the control learning curves, but for those users who have been able to get a hang of the controls, they seem to love it. But for some users, the controls never quite "click".

Lite versions are ideal for these types of games, and fortunately Sauce Digital has recently created two Lite versions for their games for you to try. If you're open to try something different, give these a spin.

  • rich_952000

    Awesome games to choose to cover arn, Morgan (Sauce Digital) is one of the coolest developer/members here on TA, and both game are excellent.

    Richard

  • rich_952000

    Awesome games to choose to cover arn, Morgan (Sauce Digital) is one of the coolest developer/members here on TA, and both game are excellent.

    Richard

  • Dan
    • http://www.saucedigital.com Sauce Digital

      Alan Partridge had a lot to do with it changing from a tennis game to Monkey Tennis :)

      • Dan

        Spiceworld!

  • Dan
    • http://www.saucedigital.com Sauce Digital

      Alan Partridge had a lot to do with it changing from a tennis game to Monkey Tennis :)

      • Dan

        Spiceworld!

  • ultimo

    ll check Monkey Tennis lite, Thanks :)

  • http://doesnothaveoneyet ultimo

    ll check Monkey Tennis lite, Thanks :)

  • Marcus

    Took me a while to get the controls for Monkey Tennis, but now I've got it it feels like the game with the most control over your strokes.

  • Marcus

    Took me a while to get the controls for Monkey Tennis, but now I've got it it feels like the game with the most control over your strokes.