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App Wrap Up (Week Ending 15th February, 2013)

By , on February 15, 2013

Hey hey readers and welcome to another installment of the App Wrap Up! Let's end this week in gaming by looking at some games that might have fallen under the radar. Based on their trailers, I think they may have something interesting to offer, so I present them to you along with links to the App Store in case anyone wants to make a purchase. Without futher ado, let us begin.

 

Tic Stac Toe (Accomplice Productions, LLC)

Yes game wise, this is a low fidelity Connect 4, but it's the different sized grids combined with the varied backgrounds that could make this take on a simple game a little more complex and enjoyable.
[App Store Link]

 

Bipolar (Mike Colussi)

Draw a single line to flip tiles so that all the rows match up colour wise. Like the trailer says, this could get very complicated. I imagine puzzle fans will gleefully attack the challenge as well.
[App Store Link]

 

Tactical Sectors (Mikko Tapaninen)

It's playing five games of Tetris at once! Well it looks a little more nuanced than that, and some of the pieces aren't your standard fare. Personally, I'd find this overwhelming, but I am sure plenty would enjoy the madness.
[App Store Link]

 

 Bumpin Uglies (Bumpin' Uglies, LLC)

A physics flinging platformer where you customise your creepy little character, with the goal being to bump into another creepy little character and procreate. Looks like a good entry into the genre.
[App Store Link]

 

Little Chomp (Clutchplay Games LLC)

At the start, this looks like a combination of physics flingers and Doodle Jump all wrapped up in a cutesy worm package. Then as the trailer goes on, some of the mechanics really started to pique my interest. There could be an issue with having to directionally fling under pressure, but this looks like it could provide some entertaining experiences.
[App Store Link]

 

And that's it for another installment. If you've played any of these titles or are going to pick them up, tell us what your thoughts are in the comments, and as always, enjoy your gaming! I'll see you next time.


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Jezmeister 1 year, 10 months ago

Thanks Dave. Always look forward to this each week.