In April of last year, Riverman Media introduced us to MUL.MASH.TAB.BA.GAL.GAL, their newest game that features one of the strangest names I’ve ever seen as well as frantic one-player Pong-style gameplay, all wrapped up in the general weirdness we’ve come to expect from the developer who brought us games like The Executive ($2.99) and Pizza vs. Skeletons ($2.99). After not hearing much about MUL.MASH.TAB.BA.GAL.GAL for a while, last month we got an official release trailer as well as word that the game was complete and would be releasing soon. Today, we’ve learned that “soon" is officially February 23rd. Here’s the MUL.MASH.TAB.BA.GAL.GAL launch trailer again, just for funsies.
Riverman Media doesn’t release games that often, but when they do they’re typically highly-polished affairs with unique mechanics and that previously mentioned level of weirdness that makes them must have titles in a mobile space that’s typically filled with a whole lot of crap. MUL.MASH.TAB.BA.GAL.GAL is looking like it will continue that tradition and appears to be a really novel take on a tried-and-true type of gameplay. Look for it to arrive on February 23rd at a price of $2.99 with no IAP.
But! The Riverman Media news doesn’t end there, as alongside this release date announcement for MUL.MASH.TAB.BA.GAL.GAL the small studio has also informed us they’re releasing a second project quite soon after this coming launch. Riverman’s very first game, called Cash Cow, is being re-released for its 10th anniversary. If you haven’t heard of Cash Cow before, it’s a fairly simple matching game with a cute farm theme that’s all about counting up coins. Check out the launch trailer for the anniversary remake.
This new version of Cash Cow will feature Universal support for iPhone and iPad, high resolution graphics for the Retina display, all new backgrounds, and Game Center support. While a casual matching game probably isn’t up the alley of most TouchArcade readers, Riverman notes that Cash Cow has been a consistantly popular title over the past decade and has even been used as a tool for teaching kids about counting and money, which is pretty cool if you ask me. Look for Cash Cow: Anniversary Edition on March 9th also at a price of $2.99.