Still spend most of your iPhone gaming time glued to big-name best-sellers like Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, Cut the Rope, and Draw Something? Nothing wrong with that, but you’re missing out on a mobile landscape teeming with incredibly varied, beautiful, and inventive games in cheap (or even free) packages.
Need a free game fix? I’m not talking about those annoying “freemium” games that make you pay as you go. I’m talking full iOS game that is marked down temporarily to free to boost downloads – Ricochet Assassin game, update, available on the App Store. Now you can go through all puzzle levels (as many as 99) for free.
Welcome to the world of Angry Fly!
A game for all ages!
You will be amazed by the beautiful graphics, sound effects and the addictive gameplay.
If you’re looking for a beautiful, addictive platformer for the iPhone/iPad, then look no further: Angry Fly Survival, an update of action arcade game “Angry Fly” is now on Apple devices for free…
Hello everyone, our permanent and not very permanent readers! Welcome to our blog, devoted to gaming. Today I want bring to your attention a new topic, which can be useful for both novice and seasoned Apple gamers – comparing of arcade games. In this review, I will compare my favorite games in “flying & shooting” genre for Apple devices.
In this test are presented 6 applications, but this is not an exhaustive list. All this applications you can find on the App Store. I pondered for a long time over how to estimate the work of gaming applications most adequately and do not discriminate, and came to the such parameters as : gameplay, complexity, control, graphics, sound, price / quality, and total score.
Today, we live in a world where the iPhone is 4 generations old and well on its way to world domination alongside the Android platform which has emerged as a dominant player in the space. Sony and Microsoft have both released motion sensing controllers and Nintendo, not to be outdone, has released in 2011 the world’s first 3D gaming device. No longer just a niche platform, social gaming has risen to lofty heights, approaching $1 billion in the U.S.
If 2011 is remembered as the year that games on mobile platforms grew quickly and games on social networks continued to mature, 2012 is quickly becoming the year that mobile games ecosystems are beginning to mature as well. Given massive changes in the Facebook monetization ecosystem over the last year, last year’s hit games are fighting for their lives, and new developers and games are climbing the leaderboards. At the same time, larger players are consolidating smaller studios and teams, investing heavily in a portfolio approach across mobile and social, and large media companies and traditional game developers continue to plot their social and mobile gaming strategies.
Who doesn’t love games, if you are getting bore, games are the best medium to kill your boredom and help to make your mind sharpen. People spend decent amount of money and time in buying and playing action packed and entertaining, puzzle games on their mobile devices.
Puzzle games represent some of the most popular video games ever created, largely because they are able to offer an intellectual or logistical challenge to the player. They’re perfect for all kinds of demographics, as the gameplay itself is usually very simple to understand. There are a few quantities known to make for a good puzzle game. The difficulty level of the game should be challenging to play, but not frustrating; in order to appeal to a wide audience, this often means the game must have variable difficulties or be self-adjusting in response to the player’s proven skills.
Why do people play games? Yet if anyone truly knew this, he or she would become rich as a consultant. No one can exactly describe why people like to play games, though many have tried. Why games are enjoyable? What is it that makes you enjoy playing games? Some people love the mental stimulation that word games or puzzles provide. Other people love to play mindless little addictive games that pass the time between periods of activity and yet still others play in order to have a friendly (or sometimes not so friendly) competition among friends. But no matter why it is the games that you play can be so addictive that you find yourself taking up most of your day playing them.
Notice I haven’t used the word “fun” – that’s because many people who enjoy playing games would not call them fun. Take chess as an example. It can be interesting, even fascinating, but many chess players do not describe it as fun.
Lately, I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about the nature of fun.
Angry Fly. In propria persona.
It’s a symbol of the game, is depicted on the icon of the game – the main hero.
Able to take revenge, and if he’s angry – it’s better to run.
Has a sharp, penetrating mind, unerring intuition and quick response.
By nature – the leader, courageous, generous, stubborn.
Considers his most important “fun” – salvation of the world, for him it’s a hobby or just entertainment.