The sequel plays much like the original using tilt based controls for movement. Players steer their creature towards other smaller creatures to consume them. Once enough creatures have been consumed your creature will evolve gaining new abilities such as shells, wings and mouths.
Ok guys this is legit, Square Enix posted the announcement on Twitter and Facebook. They didn’t give any major details such as how soon we can expect to see Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II appear in the App Store.
You remember Minigore don’t ya? The first iPhone game that got top-down shooters right. Well the star of Minigore, John Gore, will be making an appearance in Guerrilla Bob. And when I say appearance, I really mean he’s going to kick the shit out of Guerrilla Bob.
Go go Speed rac… err I mean Comet Racer. Donut Games’ Comet Racer (App Store Link) has arrived in the App Store. Comet Racer looks pretty cool, the graphics gives me that retro vibe. Although the feature list didn’t seem all that impressive, but then again, a game doesn’t have to have a wicked feature [...]
Most time management games follow about the same recipe, give the player multiple task to perform in a limited time frame. If not you’ll lose the customer’s business. But in Are You Alright? the stakes are a bit higher, if you can’t take care of the patient in time they don’t simply go to another [...]
Comet Racer is played from top-down perspective, with controls consisting of D-pad (lower left) and accelerator (lower right). The preview trailer did a good job of raising my interest in Comet Racer, which showcased various obstacles and power ups to keep gameplay entertaining.