Got a hankering for jet-powered platforming? BulkyPix is here to deliver with Space Disorder, a coin-hoarding, alien-rescuing adventure from French developer Mi-Clos Studio. The colors pop, the animation is buttery smooth, and the sounds are steller, but does it have the gameplay to help it fly over the competition?
Sugar Kid may have a sweet and saccharine title, but don't let all the bright colors and rainbow infused backdrops fool you. One of your first choices as the game loads is the chance to watch Sugar Kid bleed to death from an overabundance of fluids. Asking gamers if they, "Like some gore?" right off the bat brings a level of unpredictability to the proceedings. But does the adventure live up to all the gore?
Remember in Wayne’s World when the corrupt arcade mogul came up with a game about a gelatinous cube? I think someone finally made that game. Wimp: Who Stole My Panties is not a scam to get crazy kids to plunk in arcade quarters, rather it is an awesome retro style side-scroller game with all the physics and mechanics of modern iOS games.
What's this? Another platform game where you go from left to right and have to collect coins and rescue friends? With cute graphics and a cool theme? Ok, fine. We'll play it.
Flip your way to fun with Gravity Guy, one of the most popular platformer games in the App Store. And it's free!
Rayman Jungle Run's enjoyment factor depends on your personal gaming aesthetic. Are you a quick gratification addict who wants an easy endless runner to digest, or do you prefer a real challenge? Although it starts off in simple fashion, Rayman Jungle Run's difficulty level dramatically increases as you progress, and unless you have a perfect balance of timing and coordination, expect your Rayman to bite the dust time and time again.
Rayman has been a popular character in the video game world for years and now he's been let loose in the jungle in the fun new game, Rayman Jungle Run!
Twang the Fox is a charming, colorful, and consistently entertaining platforming game that will be hard to put down, especially if you are an old school pinball fan. The storyline also pulls on your heart strings, as Twang the Fox, a circus performer with extraordinary jumping abilities, must rescue his wife and cubs from a villain named Boscoe Carnivale.
The chorus for Mikey Rocks, a rap song from The Cool Kids that I adore, offers the simple, yet telling proclamation: “I’m…I’m Mikey…I…I Rock.” Mikey Shorts -- with its throwback 2D graphics and gameplay -- may seem fixated in the 1980s, but yes, it definitely rocks...