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News Wrap-Up | 30th August 2013

By James Gilmour, on August 30, 2013
Last modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago

It's been a long time coming, but the first trailer for Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas has washed up onto the shores of the internet. This RPG adventure has had a lot of iOS fans frothing in anticipation for ages, largely thanks to its delightful visuals and Zelda-esque sensibilities.

Thankfully, the island hopping gameplay shown in the trailer looks to fulfil the promise of those early teasers, even if it all looks a bit too Wind Waker for its own good. It's due to dock with the App Store this autumn, so keep your eyes on the horizon for more news.

Angry Birds announcements are coming thick and fast at the moment. Hot on the heel of Rovio's Angry Birds Star Wars II reveal, the Finnish developer has lifted the bonnet on its newest avian adventure: Angry Birds Go!

Rather than hopping into slingshots, however, this deviation from the series will see the birds piloting go-karts Rovio's live action trailer is big on slapstick, it's little thin on details, so we don't know much beyond that fact that it's a kart racer. All will be revealed "soon", though, so check back for more info in the near future.

A warrior may fight for many things: his home, his family, the woman he loves. For the beardy hero of Dicework Games' Trouserheart, however, it's all about the pantaloons. His mission is simple: chop up goblins, mash up treasure chests, and recover your pants. It looks like a giggle, and is out this September.

We were big fans of slick physics puzzler Feed Me Oil when it landed on the App Store back in 2011. So, as you can imagine, we're pleased to report that Feed Me Oil 2 looks set to pipe another collection of smart, fluid-based conundrums straight to your iOS device. Expect updated visuals, new oil-redirecting gadgets, and some underwater shenanigans, too. It should be out in the next couple of months.


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