Numberlys could be described as a story, a lovely animated film, an interactive application or to a lesser extent, a game. It’s a pleasurable experience, like: Watching a heart-warming movie where you’re occasionally invited to touch the screen.
Lunar Racer delivers racing, jumping, flipping and shooting, with customizable cars and local multiplayer for up to four players, for just a dollar. It’s already a fun (and universal) casual racing game, but has more levels and an extra game mode coming.
Lost Winds is an IOS port of the 2008 Wii game, which is fantastic, except for – at times – the controls. If the developers can tweak the controls to be more forgiving, the muttering might stop drowning out the praise.
This well-presented snowboarding game contains a variety of down-hill runs and content to unlock by winning medals, but it might take a few runs to feel comfortable with the innovative dual-thumb controls, but you won’t mind, because the levels are entertaining to explore!
When the zombie apocalypse hits Franklin County, the surviving cops, soldiers, scientists and punks fight back in this well-presented variation on a match-3 puzzler. But instead of forming matches, you need to surround and execute the undead, before they out-number us all.
This slingshot-platformer contains a nice variety of game-play elements. It has more slingshots than Angry Birds and contains other features reminiscent of Cut the Rope. With 80+ levels, this is yet another Chillingo release which is a bargain for a buck.
Zen Studios has released three of their popular pinball tables from the consoles, for our IOS devices and promise that more will follow. You get one full table completely free, without any restrictions or adverts.