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

By , on March 22, 2013

Hey hey readers! It's Dave here with another installment of everyone's favourite trailer showcase, the App Wrap Up (just imagine an entire audience yelling those last three words)! I only have literally a couple of games to show off the trailers to today. I guess there wasn't much out there that we haven't already covered. Let that be an invitation to email more submissions to us. You may get your game featured. So let's have a look at these two trailers. Who knows, you may find a new favourite. Let's begin!


Bobbing (LittleBobby)

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A platformer in a rotating circle with polarity mechanics. Fans of the site should know how much I adore a good platformer, and this looks like it could be not only quite engaging, but potentially maddening as well. Throw in that solid presentation and this game bears further investigation!
[App Store Link]


Auralux (E McNeill)

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An audio/visual real time strategy experience. I don't quite get how the game works from the trailer though. You either tap in time with the music to have your units attack the enemy, or the whole thing is automatic, and the planets indicate that the game works like Galcon Labs or Tentacle Wars.  Either way, it has a mesmerising quality to it.
[App Store Link]


And that's pretty much it for this week. Sorry for the short one. If you have played either game or decide to give it a go based on what you've seen here, tell us what you think in the comments. It's rare, but both of these look review worthy so you might see that in the coming weeks if you're still on the fence. Till next time, enjoy your gaming all!