G5 Entertainment have announced a summary of titles which they’re planning to release in the second quarter of 2011. Jane’s Zoo (iPhone) – Coming March 17th Continue the story of Jane after her last adventure in Jane’s hotel. Help Jane save some of the most endangered wild animals and feel the spirit of freedom as you plunge into the world of wild nature! Save the world from an upcoming catastrophe and take care of our planet by using your fantastic Time Management skills. Travel around the world while playing fascinating minigames, take on changing weather conditions, and find incredible bonuses in Jane’s Zoo.
Way back in 1998, the iPhone was but just a nerdy dream and PC gamers were shooting the crap out of stuff on Rainbow 6. Thirteen years later and now gamers can have the chance to play a ‘re-imagining’ called Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Shadow Vanguard. Gameloft are releasing it on March 17th with features such as up to three player local & online co-op gameplay split across eleven levels that, according to Gameloft, promises to be the first real tactical-FPS on the App Store that you can play anywhere due to being available on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
A rather strangely titled developer, The You Company has released an app onto the iTunes App Store called Garden of Life which is nice and free for you to download on your iPhone or iPod Touch. “Garden of Life is the first release we have made into the App market as part of a long term vision I have to improve people’s wellness and lifestyle. First and foremost, Garden of Life is a fun and engaging mobile game for people of all ages, but it also has many layers.” said Hossain Rezaei, The You Company CEO.
Speedball 2, such a classic game of which I personally don’t think transfers well into current generation systems, it was great back then on the Amiga and Atari ST, but even on an iPhone, it just doesn’t seem right. It may work very well, I don’t or won’t know due to not owning an iPhone or iPod Touch and therefore, not being able to play it and give a full opinion about it, but I do remember it when it was around originally and it was one of the best games at the time.
11 bit studios, someone you may not have heard of before, are developing a game called Anomaly: Warzone Earth for the PC, iPhone and iPad, the details were released a while ago, but now a trailer has been discovered. Blending fast-paced, explosive action with tactical battlefield command, Anomaly puts players in charge of a military convoy tasked with fighting back against the mysterious alien war machines that have begun to spring up in many of the world’s largest cities.
Gamers of Pirates vs Ninjas vs Zombies vs Pandas can now download an update called Football Sunday that is a celebration to the end of football season and pits the characters from the successful debut title Pirates vs Ninjas vs Zombies vs Pandas into completely new scenery.
No doubt you’ve already heard, Twisted Pixel, the guys behind the Xbox Live Arcade hit, ‘Splosion Man have been pretty much ripped off by Capcom and their latest iPhone release, MaXplosion.
If you’d like to get into some classic 90’s shoot-em-up gaming on your iPhone or iPod Touch, DotEmu will be releasing Earth Defense Force that was first released in the arcades by Jaleco and also ported to the SNES, now it’s going portable. jaleco.dotemu.com, www.facebook.com/dotemu, www.twitter.com/dotemu.
If you use Ubisoft‘s Your Shape: Fitness Evolved, then if you also want to keep track of your progress while out and about, you can get an app for your iPhone to easily track how many calories you’ve burned and monitor progress made towards your fitness or weight loss goals. Get the app, which is completely free from www.itunes.com/appstore and get more info at yourshapegame.us.ubi.com.
Just because they’re the walking dead doesn’t mean they should stop being terrorists, does it? Appular has released Terrorist Zombies for the iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad which is a post-apocalyptic third-person shooter, a bit like Fallout, but with more zombies.