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App Wrap Up (Week Ending, 22nd February, 2013)

By , on February 22, 2013

Hey hey readers! It's the end of the week and we here at Appspy have another App Wrap Up ready to read. Now that the year is starting to kick into gear the releases are speeding up somewhat, but plenty of games fall through the cracks and are over looked for one reason or another. As always we have some trailers of such games, and are showcasing them here based on something interesting that they might have to offer. Without further ado, let's get started!


Super Grid Run (Refresh Creations ltd)

A very pure style of endless runner. It kind of throws back to early entries in the 3d genre like Boost 3D. I hope that the control method is responsive as the onslaught of obstacles looks unrelenting.
[App Store Link]


Steath Assassin (Erman Haskan)

Recently playing Mark of the Ninja has revitalized my love of the stealth genre, and Stealth Assassin looks like it could be a tense and challenging entry into the genre... as long as the controls give you the fidelity you need.
[App Store Link]


Color Oil (KyWorks)

Like the news piece I wrote on Rock Slide today, Color Oil is a puzzle game with intriguing mechanics that could have used some more polish when it comes to the visuals. Pardon my pun here, but the gameplay sure looks absorbing!
[App Store Link]


Stardust Hero (Big Fish Games, Inc.)

A mix between Peggle and Angry Birds is what Big Fish Games describe this at, and if it manages to partially convey the fun of either of those titles, I'd say it's worth a look.
[App Store Link]


And that's it for this week. Now that I'm trying to turn this into a Friday column, I might not always have the largest selection to choose from, but at least you'll get a weekly fix of interesting games. As always, if you have played any title here, or decide to buy one of these games, let us know what you think in the comments. Till next time, happy gaming all!