I'd imagine the dudes over at Rocketcat Games are a little tuckered out at the moment. On the same night its glorious action RPG Mage Gauntlet [$1.99] hit worldwide, Rocketcat also dropped a bunch of tweaks and improvements into its "Hook" line-up of games. And you thought you were productive when you managed to clean the house and polish off that proposal.

Here's a run-down of the changes according to the patch notes: Hook Worlds [$.99] now supports flip-screen on retina devices, Super Quick Hook [$2.99] now supports retina display visuals and multi-tasking, and Hook Champ [$2.99] now boasts crisp retina support as well flip-screen, multi-tasking, and better OpenFeint functionality. All three games also have an updated in-game news catalog for your pleasure, too.

We're all pretty big on the Hook games and we're stoked to see that each is boasting a new, more refined look on our fresh devices. Ironically, we're little too engrossed with Mage Gauntlet to put a tremendous amount of time back into Hook, but hey, the game's look nicer. That's neat.

  • http://profiles.google.com/hobeerg Arthur Shapoval

    Why is there "iPad games" tag?  None of these games are universal.

    • http://toucharcade.com Eli Hodapp

      They all play great at 2x.

    • Chris Aanerud

      They still look nice on the iPad.

  • Robert DiNicolas

    Rocketcat Games are hands down my favorite publisher.  The hook games are some of the most addictive fun games I've ever played.  They have also made an update that prevents antialiasing from happening when scaling up on the ipad.  Makes the games look 100x better on the ipad.

    Started playing Mage Gauntlet and the polish is stunning.  We'll see how good of a game it turns out to be, but I'm having fun so far.