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App Wrap Up (Week Ending, 4th January 2013)

By Dave Flodine, on January 4, 2013

Look at this, the first App Wrap Up of 2013! *sniff* I might get emotional. True story, I had one planned a couple days ago, but dealing with the new backend ate it... so I've let some time drift between and now I'm ready to have a look at some game trailers for ios games that might have fallen under the rader, and look like they might have something interesting to offer. Let's kick off the year right and begin!

 

Delta Looper (Ratjutsu LLP)

Kind of like Tilt to Live with a trapping mechanic (although power-ups allow you to shoot as well). Looks like a solid engaging high score title with decent enough presentation. 
[App Store Link]

 

Daredevil Rider (Bravo Game Studios)

Bike Baron is still one of my most played games on the iPhone so anything that can provide a similar experience, I am interested in. Daredevil Rider looks like it has the same mechanics, but the levels have more of an emphasis on stunts, along with some fun mini-games. Kind of makes it seem a little more like Joe Danger meets Trails
[App Store Link]

 

ON/OFF (Nuage touch)

A sliding tile game that looks equal parts engaging and frustrating (but perhaps in that good way that keeps you playing). Extra points if type of piano music plays during the game.
[App Store Link]

 

The Player - Classic (IZSoft)

Now I may be a little biased including this video, as the Turkish March is my favourite piece of classical music, but not only is basing a rhythm game around classical music a great idea, but the sliding and tapping on the bar at the bottom gives the feeling of emulating piano, and that could be a lot of fun.
[App Store Link]

 

Baa Baa Bomber (RatJar Games Ltd)

For those who enjoy physics destruction, this game serves it up in spades. Now the actual gameplay doesn't start showing itself till almost a minute into the video, but after that, bombs away! If you want to make things blow up amidst a narrative backdrop of a barnyard war, I think this has got you covered.
[App Store Link]

 

And so we ring in the new year here at Appspy. With our spanking brand new site, and a renewed sense of vigor, we're going to make sure 2013 is a great year for bringing you all the news, reviews, and features you could ask for. I hope you all had an amazing New Year's Eve and until the next installment, enjoy your gaming!


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