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Eye on the App Store: Hitman GO, Unpossible, Icarush, and more

By , on April 16, 2014
Last modified 4 years, 1 month ago

The question on everyone’s lips at the moment is “what am I going to do while everyone is laying comatose around me after the sugar overload this Easter weekend?” Well, if we're sure about anything over here on AppSpy, we know there’s always something out there worth playing.

That’s why today on Eye on the App Store we’ll be giving you the lowdown on the games that’ll be launching at midnight tonight. Then, you can decide which tickle your fancy and pick them up to keep you busy over the Easter break.

First up is Hitman GO, a game which takes rather different approach to the rest of the famously stealthy Hitman series. Here, Agent 47 is a tabletop piece, plodding around a grid and trying assassinate other pieces.

Unpossible, meanwhile, is a spinny, swirly avoid-’em-up where you roll down a tube and dodge obstacles at high speeds. If you get dizzy easily, keep a sick bag handy for this one.

We’ll also be covering Icarush, an endless jumper of sorts where you play a chap with extendy Rayman-like hands. There should be time for a couple more mystery games too, so tune in for more still.

You can join us live at 5pm GMT / 9am PST / 12pm EST over on the AppSpy Twitch channel or just below these very words. As usual, please send any questions you have through the Twitch chat system during the show and we’ll reveal all we know.



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