Category Archives: Maze

Late last month, Big Head Games released iPhone cave-flyer Retro through the iTunes App Store.  Retro debuted at $4.99 but has since dropped in price to 2.99 [link]...

Makeshift Games has recently released maze game Chuck the Ball [App Store] for the iPhone and iPod touch through the App Store...

As FingerGaming reports, Mobigame CEO David Papazian has announced that the company's debut iPhone game, a highly-unique 3D maze game, will be available through the App Store next week...

'Equilibrio': An Upcoming Gravity-Based Maze Game

Belgian development house Fishing Cactus has sent word of their upcoming gravity-based maze / puzzle game Equilibrio, which will soon appear in the iTunes App Store...

The "cave-flyer" is a unique genre of games that MobyGames well describes as follows...

London-based developer Big Head Games has just announced the submission of their new iPhone gravity game / cave-flyer, Retro, to the App Store...

Veiled Games just released their newest iPhone game called Up There [App Store]. The $1.99 game is a re-imagining of a TI-83 game called Fall Down. Versions of this game have been done a few times now in the App Store, but this one stands out...

Igloo Games has released Dizzy Bee 2 [App Store], the sequel to their popular Dizzy Bee Meet baddies like you've never seen that will literally eat you up and spit you out! Can you help your Fruit Friends make their way through grinding gears, around sticky webs and past wild turrets? There are twice as many Fruit Friends as before for you to guide and protect...

We reviewed Oliver Pasqualini's cave-flyer G Force [App Store] a few weeks back and liked what we saw but found the game severely crippled by an odd "extended hang time" physics / control quirk.  This is just a quick update to let everyone know that Oliver has not only ironed out the issues with the game's control system in the 1.1 update but has also dropped the App Store price from $3.99 to $1.99...

Upcoming 'Python' from CirkelSoft

Paul van Dijk of CirkelSoft wrote in to make us aware of a game he is developing that will soon make its debut in the iTunes App Store.  Python is a "snake game" that follows the typical formula: navigate a playfield, dodge obstacles, grow yoru snake by eating things along the way, don't run into your tail, etc.  While there is no shortage of these titles in the App Store presently (there are 10 or so), Python appears to bring a richer experience than most, featuring a variety of large scrolling playfields with animated obstacles and clean looking graphics...

iPhone developer Niklas Wahrman has dropped the price of his Asterope [App Store] to Free. So for a limited time, you can get the full game for no charge. ..

Bootant, who brought us BiiBall, CubeRise and others made a post in our forums pointing to a preview video of upcoming BiiPlane, an airplane flying game that's currently under development...

Oliver Pasqualini has recently released a 2D cave-flyer for the iPhone called G_Force [App Store].  As a particular fan of the genre, I was excited to see the game appear in the App Store and was anxious to try it out.  (I am always hoping for an iPhone title that approximates my all-time favorite mobile game, RocketElite.)  And while G_Force is an otherwise well-designed game, it has one fatal flaw that ruins the feel of what could be a very enjoyable title...

Bootant is currently running a sale on BiiBall 3D [App Store] for the iPhone and iPod touch. The 3D maze game is normally priced at $2.99 but is presently available for $0.99. Fans of Cube Runner [App Store], in particular, may be drawn to this title...

If, like us at Touch Arcade, you think that PapiJump [App Store] is one of the best games on the App Store, you'll be ecstatic to learn that Sunflat has just released PapiRiver [App Store]...

iPhone-using Marble Madness fans will probably get all dreamy eyed when they behold screenshots of the recently released AeroGyro [App Store] from JRP App AZ.  I know I did...

PosiMotion released another iPhone Boulder Dash clone in the form of Digga [App Store]. The $3.99 game tries to bring the classic game of Boulder Dash to the iPhone...

Konami recently released Frogger [App Store] for the iPhone through the iTunes App Store...

The iPhone is certainly capable of decorating its 3.5-inch screen with a smooth flowing world of lovely textured polygons. But sometimes simple fits the bill just fine. ..

Codify AB's Labyrinth Lite [App Store] has taken over the top spot as the most downloaded free application. The previous #1 on the list was Tapulous's Tap Tap Revenge. VentureBeat spoke with Tapulous's chief executive Bart Decrem who felt that the simplicity of these games helped drive interest...

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