You know, I really thought the world would be willing to do me a solid this week and with the insanity that is GDC maybe not release a zillion new games. But, you know, whatever.

All of these games will be available at the normal time. 11:00 PM Eastern or potentially much earlier if you're cool enough to live on the other side of the Atlantic ocean.

Here's the list:


 

Adventure Bar Story, 99¢ - Forum Thread - Ever wonder what happens in the life to your typical dude who runs the tavern you go and dump all your junk at for gold in an RPG? Well, now you can find out.


 

Cavorite 2, $1.99 - Forum Thread - We had a great time with the original Cavorite, it's an interesting block sliding puzzle game with a few cool twists. The sequel looks pretty similar, which isn't a bad thing at all.


 

Coco Loco, 99¢ - Forum Thread - It wouldn't be a week without a Chillingo physics puzzler!


 

Kids vs Goblins, $2.99 - Forum Thread - An action adventurey game with some light RPG elements, kids, and Goblins.


 

Kinito Ninja, 99¢ - Forum Thread - A side scrolling platforming action adventure game with a pretty cool art style.


 

Lightopus, $2.99 - Forum Thread - A really slick (and colorful) looking underwater adventure.


 

Monster Flip, 99¢ - Forum Thread - A match three by PikPok, who are A-OK in my book.


 

Pebble Universe - Forum Thread - A physics-y game that involves blowing up these evil looking black blobs to save pebbles.


 

Plants War, Free - Forum Thread - A realtime strategy game from Gamevil.


 

Sminis, 99¢ - Forum Thread - This sounds like a Lemmings style game, only with adorable little robots.


 

Time Sliders, 99¢ - Forum Thread - This might be the most elaborate sliding block block puzzle I've ever seen.


 

TwinSpin, 99¢ - Forum Thread - We just checked this out at GDC here, give it a look.


 

TwinGo!, 99¢ - Forum Thread - Another puzzle game from Chillingo.


 

Storm Strikers, $1.99 - Forum Thread - A perfectly over the top vertical shooter.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/MEPFI6SVLNWASPNYKKQ2JR5ARU Arien

    Literally not one of these games interests me. Boring Wednesday. -___- 

    • JCat_NY

      Yeah, a somewhat 'been there done that' selection. One week without a cutesy, bouncy physics game would be quite welcome these days, but that's just me.

    • http://twitter.com/Ig00 Igoo Herculoid

      Agreed. Weak Thursday.

  • http://twitter.com/Rockerman42 Chaz Oswald

    Meh. Lightopus looks like a good idea. Twinspin looks good. and Pebble Universe looks pretty good. Other than that. I dont think i will even look at them in the store.

  • Noah

    Any chance we can get screenshots instead of videos for the front page "coming tomorrow" posts? Don't always have time to watch a video just to see what the actual gameplay looks like, nor is clicking all the forum post links viable when all I really want is a quick "scan-through" of the up-and-coming games. Does anyone else agree, or am I completely in the minority?

    • ohwussup

       maybe for the mobile site, but not the full site

      • Noah

        Oh, that would be ideal! I rarely visit this site on a desktop anyways.

  • http://www.the-app-shack.com Matt F

    Coco Loco is a lot of fun... makes AB dull.... and Monster Flip is a nice take on the genre, but harder

  • http://twitter.com/noseinvaders Nose Invaders

    Lightopus and Pebble Universe look the most complete to me, but as I can see from videos the TwinSpin brings some innovative and interesting gameplay.

  • Flare_TM

    Really? Coco Loco is really fun, the Water Physics make this take on the Angry Birds genre really unique.

  • Steven Stadnicki

    Kinito Ninja looks much more like a free-runner than a platformer to me; you may be 'defeating enemies' but it looks like there's no time to be taken on them, just quick swipes in mid-run.

    Cavorite 2 definitely looks solid to me - it feels very 'old-school' in a good sense, the sort of game I wouldn't have been surprised to show up on e.g. the early Amigas.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Quickmix Frank Quickmix Hassas

    Kids vs Goblins is amazing!