Another week's come and gone and it's been a bit of a quiet one over here on AppSpy. Mr. James Gilmour has been off being a cool dude at Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki, so we're not drowning in videos.
However, the ones we've got are definitely worth watching and we'd hate for you to miss a single second. So, because we're super nice and don't want you lifting a finger on a Friday (except to click the video), we've collected them in a tidy little list below.
Wall Kickers – download on iOS
One-touch games can be a little hit or miss, but if you're looking for one to settle into this weekend you'll definitely want to give Wall Kickers a go.
While it feels like a game you've played before, this vertical platformer has a good deal to offer lovers of the genre. Sure, it's about as deep as an oven tray, but I don't think the point is to make us ask why the monkey is climbing up a tree.
I'd like to ask who did the health and safety check on that tree though, yeesh.
The Light Story – download on iOS
The Light Story has two primary ideas: to tell a tale and to give us some neat arcade action. You have to light up the screen by pinging the moon (or other various ball-like objects) about the level. Once you've collected enough light orbs, you'll be able to nip through a portal and on to the next challenge.
Each level has a different story which you can read via a page icon. While its narrative seems to have an important point, it's almost picking and choosing artistic bits and leaves you feeling a bit confused.
As James mentions, there's something interesting going on, but it may not reach its full potential working the premium route.
Small Cargo! – download on iOS
This one's a story we've been hearing a lot about recently. Not the game, but rather the situation.
Small Cargo is a neat little free-to-play game where you need to manoeuvre your crate, pick up fishies, and land it in the correct spot on the dock. Easy, right? An easy concept, maybe. You've got just the right amount of line-wobble to keep things interesting and plenty of obstacles in your way.
As for the 'situation', it's always a shame to see decent games fall victim to excessive adverts. We know dev's got to eat, but players have limited patience as it is. Perhaps a future update will lessen the load a little.