Tile Temple Tactics from AppyNation is a bit like Mahjong and is due to release next week on all mobile devices. Developed by Proper Games, it’s a ‘virtual board game’ for all the family and best of all, it’s free.
Atari has announced the release of RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 for iOS devices. A multiplayer PC version is in development which will also feature social elements, but won’t arrive until Holiday 2014. That’s Christmas time for Europeans/Rest of the World.
Trials Frontier is a free-to-play game from Ubisoft which is the first appearance of any Trials game on a mobile device. While it’s a standalone game, it will connect to Trials Fusion to allow bonus in-game content.
Veteran gamers will know of classics such as Mega lo Mania and Sensible World of Soccer and some of you may know that it was Jon Hare who was the designer behind them. Now he’s delving into the world of iOS by launching Word Explorer for all devices.
I have to admit I was a little shocked to get an email from the BBC, then when I saw it was for a game called Top Gear: Race The Stig, I still wondered how I got the email. Regardless of that, Top Gear fans can now race against The Stig in a new, free app.
Transport Empire is like Railroad Tycoon, you only need to look at the screenshots to see the similarity, the main difference is it’s inspired by a steampunk Victorian era and features other vehicles as well as trains.
Daedalic Entertainment are known for Deponia and Edna & Harvey, two games which are coming to the iPad and Android tablets in puzzle form. You simply slide pieces of a puzzle into place to form a picture based from a background of the game.
Createrria is a game creator which allows you to create your own games. It has been updated to include the ability to create your own version of a certain fluttering vertebrate, luckily, your game can only be shared with the Createrria community.
Doom Warrior is from Creaky Corpse, the mastermind behind the game and company is Neil Yates who has apparently been making games since he was 16, nice to know, but how old is he now?
I’m not sure if it was because the tablet was refurbished or just poor build, but the micro USB port ‘broke’, it wouldn’t allow me to plug anything in to charge it.I didn’t look into it too closely, it could have been that some wires had raised to stop the charger cable (the one for my Galaxy S) or the data lead used to connect it to the laptop from inserting properly. I did a factory reset to erase everything and packed it back up to send of for a replacement.