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App Wrap Up (Week ending 29th March, 2013)

By , on March 29, 2013

Hey Hey Appspy readers, and welcome to another installment of the App Wrap Up, your favourite regular feature on our site! Last week's picking were sparse indeed but don't fret, this week I have a bunch of trailers to more than make up for it! As always, these games are based solely on their trailers, and if you like what you see, well that's why we add the link to the App Store. Let's get started!



This is one of the more interesting takes on an Infinity Blade-esque dodge and attack game i've seen. The anime characters attacking with their hair have a certain charm to them that lends some possible enjoyment to this title.
[App Store Link]


Zip (Martin Gimpl)

A planetoid platformer. I think what makes this one interesting, is the maze-like look of the galaxy, all the gameplay modifiers, and that retro PS1 era low polygon look to things. The music is not to my taste, but I can imagine it driving you through the game's many challenges.
[App Store Link]


Cling! (First5 Games, Inc.)


This is referred to as a 'pegformer', not a platformer, most likely because the strange creature you control seems to move by attaching itself to lots of little pegs strewn around the level (when it's not flying around). This has a nice visual style to it, and the gameplay is quite intriguing. I like unique platformers, and this looks different enough to be worth my time.
[App Store Link]


RRBBYY (Weekend Jelly)

Some kind of arcade action title based around colours and squares. The presentation and gameplay looks interesting enough to warrant a look-see.
[App Store Link]


Alpha Aquilae (Alain Kaczmarek)

I don't know what to make of this one. It looks like a rhythm defence game with really strinking contrasting visuals. The trailer only gives us a small taste of actual gameplay, but it was enough to pique my curiousity.
[App Store Link]


And that's it for another week! As long as there are interesting games in the App Store that have flown under our radar, I'll try and find them and inform you of them. Till next time, enjoy your gaming all (and your Easter weekend!)