UK based Bright Gaming today introduces Paper Golf 1.0, its new and unique game for iOS devices. Easy to pick up and play but difficult to put down, Paper Golf is a 2D golf game with art work that looks like it was cut from a sheet of coloured paper. Play a round of golf by aiming your shot and applying the right amount of power to get the ball into the hole in the least amount of shots. This game makes it more accessible as all the controls can be performed with one finger in one motion.
San Francisco based NeonOwl LLC today introduces Hungry Bug 1.0, their new controlled arcade adventure game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Playing as the titular hungry bug, Hungry Bug puts players against moles and dragons as they race to banish their appetites apple by apple for as long as they can. Blending lightning quick action with a unique gaming style, Hungry Bug features ten unique unlockable bugs with twelve unique bonus items to help the player’s hungry hero get an edge.
Virginia based St. Clair Software today announces App Tamer 1.0.8, an update to their Macintosh utility that automatically pauses applications to improve battery life and reduce CPU usage. App Tamer’s unique AutoStop capability automatically pauses applications when you switch away from them, and then restarts them when you click back to them. The new version of App Tamer delivers compatibility with Mac OS 10.7 Lion and improves App Tamer’s gaming mode.
China based QHHD Inc. has today announced a recent update of Twin-Ball for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running on iOS 4.0 or later. A thrilling and imaginatively stylized arcade adventure, Twin-Ball charges players with controlling a tag-team of two conjoint heroes – the chuzzles – and guiding across levels while picking up enough stars to achieve victory! Newly released, Twin-Ball version 1.1 features enhancements including the repair of a minor map bug and upgrades to enemy movements.
TouchGEN have released the next issue of their iPad magazine, devoted to gaming on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. This first, full edition features over 40 game and gear reviews, as well as features, commentaries and interviews. Best of all it’s completely free. Features in this issue include; Exclusive previews of upcoming games, The Making of Order and Chaos, Round-up of Gear for Your iPad, Pimp Your Pad, and many game reviews.
TouchGEN announces their new iPad magazine, devoted to gaming on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. This pilot edition features 15 reviews from 2008-2010 that earned our editor’s choice seal of approval. A full, first issue of the magazine is in the pipeline for release soon. Issue 1 will feature all the things you’d expect from a news-stand gaming magazine, such as news, reviews, features, commentaries and the like, but in an interactive format.
Ayogo – Always Online Group today introduces Balance Bomb 1.0, their new game for iPhone and iPod touch. Especially designed to be played in a group, Balance Bomb challenges the players to perfectly balance the iPhone and pass it on to the next player – without triggering the ‘bomb’. The game is easily accessible to new players and reaches out to a wide audience – it is designed be fun to play in families, as well at school or at parties.
NTT Resonant, Japanese publisher of iOS games, and Giab LLC announces the release of the wildly popular Flash title GemCraft for iOS. Clocking more than 90 million plays on Flash. The GemCraft series is one of the most popular tower defense games ever released on a mobile platform. The title combines RPG elements with engaging gameplay that spans 4 worlds and 32 levels, each with 7 gameplay modes to unlock.
Calling all beta-testers! CJ E&M, the gaming behemoth behind Netmarble is preparing to launch Samurai Girl for iOS. In line with the company’s usual attention to detail and its end-user focused philosophy, CJ E&M is calling for beta-testers for this epic new game experience. Samurai Girl combines classic elements of role-playing games with fresh graphics and a variety of tempting treats for RPG gamers.
California based ConglomerApps Inc. announces Shoot The Apple 1.0 for the iPad. This inventive target shooting game lets players practice their marksmanship by shooting apples, among other things, off the heads of various well-known characters and political figures. Shoot The Apple is tame enough to appeal to a broad range of players and challenging enough to engage even the most accomplished iPad gaming enthusiasts.
Sydney-based Quokka Studios Pty Ltd today introduces Panopticon 1.0, brings true multitouch gaming for Apple’s revolutionary iPad device. Panopticon challenges the user to use up to eight fingers at once to solve puzzles that are both mental and physical challenges. It features a steampunk inspired storyline, graphics and music from acclaimed band Vernian Process. The player is challenged to complete 100 levels of increasing difficulty to defeat the Panopticon, a steam-powered overlord.
Dot Product Studios’ main goal is to establish fun and exciting games on the iPhone platform for the casual gamer in need. By offering consumers their “fix” by presenting them with fun, exciting, and stimulating games. Dot Product Studios create games that are what we like to call “five minute games,” which means that it is a game that can be satisfactorily completed or enjoyed in five minutes or less. Dot Product Studios consists of Omar Guzman, Andrew Kiebler, and Yaw Kwarteng.
DynaDream today announces uFall 1.1.3, an update to its fun 2d platform game for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. Stop jumping up, start falling down! Your mission is to fall down as a fast as you can to avoid the falling cracked glass enemy and reach the goal to get to the next level. uFall uses the device’s accelerometer to control the player direction. The new version come with a new cute graphics as well as many new features.
Zebrica today released Knight Defense 1.2.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application is a dynamic, addictive, challenging game, which combines the attributes of tower defense and chess with explosions and amazing glow graphics. To add even more gaming fun, Zebrica has included professionally redone audio, the option to turn on health bars for enemies, added Game Center, brought the number of game levels up to twenty-five, and introduced a Novice mode for beginners, in this update.