In celebration of Halloween, the full version of Ezone’s Scarecrow is FREE TODAY ONLY! Ezone’s Scarecrow is part ragdoll sim, part Doodle Jump-style game. Simply touch the screen to trigger an explosion and send the Scarecrow skyward. Tilt your device left and right to steer the Scarecrow, collecting corn and avoiding the baddies in order…
Next month InstantAction will be releasing a fun-looking puzzle game, with a twist (quite literally). Players tilt their device to shift the game’s perspective, turning floors in ceiling and walls into floors. The gameplay looks somewhat reminiscent of SHIFT or TURN, but with a big step up in graphical fidelity. From the screenshots, the graphics look pretty stunning, so we are exiting to check this one out when it gets released.
The App Store is loaded with Halloween-themed games. In fact, Apple even added this as a featured category, so we decided to share some of our favorite titles. A common problem with seasonal-themed games is that, while they are fun right around a particular Holiday, they quickly lose their allure once the special day has passed. Keeping that in mind, we selected titles that would not only get you in the Halloween Spirit, but that will also offer year-round appeal and entertainment. Our list spans all genres from memory matching, to a top-down racer, to a gorey dual-stick shooter. These games may be filled with creepy-crawlies, monsters and all the things that make Halloween great, but they offer entertaining core-gameplay that will keep you coming back to them all year long.
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Tetraedge Games is back with publisher Chillingo Ltd. to release a sequel to their popular game Jules Verne’s Return to Mysterious Island which came out earlier this year.
Today we finally get our first look at screenshots and actual gameplay footage for Streaming Colour’s upcoming path-drawing game, Monkeys In Space : Escape To Banana Base Alpha. For all the latest news on this title, check out the official development blog or follow @BananaBaseAlpha on Twitter.