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App Wrap Up (Week Ending 12th April, 2013)

By , on April 12, 2013

Hey hey readers, and welcome to another installment of the App Wrap Up! We're back to iPhone-centric trailers this week, although I do have another iPad only update in the works (plus some other specific installments)... but that's for the future. The present is now! Let's look at some trailers for games that may have passed under the radar and comment on them!

 

Sorted! (Mighty Kingdom Pty Ltd)

A game about sorting objects into their own shaped holes. Simplistic? Yes, but with the arcade timer, and presentation, I think this might be more difficult and addictive than some might give it credit for.
[App Store Link]

 

Strip Music Box (Illkill.)

Yes it's another rhythm game. Yes it's another rhythm game based on classical music. However it's the input method and degrees of difficulty between tapping numbers and swiping notes that has me interested. It looks like there's an enjoyable level for everyone.
[App Store Link]

 

Blokis (Discrea.com)

A timed directional match-3 puzzle game. Looks like it might be overly complex thanks to the panic the timer might bring, but the concept is so intriguing and well added to using blocks with different properties that I can see this being highly addictive for a certain type of puzzle fan.
[App Store Link]

 

Bubble Invaders HD (Witchcraft Studios)

This reminds me of Labyrinth, in that you're carefully guiding a ball (or creature in this case) to the exit, navigating around obstacles while collecting.. well whatever it is those things strewn around the level are. The music is a tad repetitive as are the look of the boss fights, but with tight controls, this could provide some amusement.
[App Store Link]

 

Blocks Trip (RelativeSoft)

It's Lumines with unique presentation and a plethora of different blocks to play with (also you have the ability to play with your own music). If you love that style of game, why not?
[App Store Link]

 

And that's it for another week! As always if you've played any of these games or are going to take the plunge based on what you've seen here, let us know what you think in the comments. Till next time, happy gaming all!


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