Veteran iOS developers Origin8 are happy to announce that their B-movie side-scrolling smash em Robot Rampage is coming to the big screen with the release of a dedicated iPad HD version on 13th August. Additionally, a major content update to the original game is now live incorporating a slew of new features. Over a third of a million existing Robot Rampage players will receive Retina support, enhancements and new game modes absolutely free, with new robots and environments available as in-app purchases. » Origin8′s Robot Rampage: HD Version Incoming, Original Updates With New Modes & IAP!
iCandyApps today presents Cut It Up, their new casual game based on tricky shape-slicing action. With easy to understand gameplay, graphics inspired by “Pirates of the Caribbean”, relaxing soundtrack, and educational value, Cut It Up is the title that would appeal to the pick up and play gamers of the iOS world. » Cut It Up: Satisfy Your Cravings for Slice n Dice Action
Pixowl Inc. the team behind Doodle Grub app, has released its new app called Safari Party that is available on the App Store worlwide. The game combines arcade and puzzle elements with a Bejeweled-style playfield featuring an unusual method of playing puzzle games. Adorable cartoonish graphics (drawn by famous French cartoonist and blogger Laurel) with crazy bonuses and funny achievements makes this game truly unique. » Safari Party For iOS Brings A New Twist To The Classic Matching Puzzle Game Genres
The popular mobile games company Com2uS is proud to present IZSoft gold nugget of a game, Gold Jumper. Travel back to the heyday of the Wild West (a bit updated and recreated in glossy graphics) where brave pioneers did what they had to do to survive, even raid rivals gold mines. Your wily Western friend has asked you to help him steal the wealthy Gates family auras treasures, letting you know you can keep the extras you find along the way. You are a master of mines, a top-level tapper, a puzzle race prodigy: of course you will help! » Strike It Rich With Com2uS New Game: Gold Jumper!
Techcrunch reported that ZeptoLab is planning to launch the sequel of Cut The Rope, Cut The Rope: Experiments later this week. If all goes as planned, it should hit the App Store on August 4th. ZeptoLab is still being pretty light with the details: “What on earth is Om Nom?! That is what millions of fans of the widely acclaimed game, Cut the Rope, have been asking about the cute little monster who eats candy like its his job! That same question has a mad (but not bad) scientist studying the little creature that mysteriously arrived outside his house.” Check after the break for more screenshots. » Cut The Rope: Experiments, Will Be Launched August 4?
Realore Studios today is pleased to announce the release of Roads of Rome HD for the iPad platform. Initially created for PC and being highly appreciated by strategy game fans, now the title is also available for the App Store users. In Roads of Rome HD players have the opportunity to experience a story set in ancient Rome with a blend of building simulation, casual strategy and time management gameplay in 40 challenging levels. » Roads of Rome HD Released: New Challenging Game For Casual Strategy Fans
SpaceGum Pty Ltd, a Melbourne Australia game developer, today is pleased to announce that the Battlepath Monsters App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is now available on the App Store. In a world first, the game uses the location of real-world businesses such as McDonalds, Burger King & StarBucks and overlays fictional in-game merchants like Orc Burgers, Taverns and Wizard Shops on their position. The game is a cross between a dungeon fighting game and location-based social network. » SpaceGum Launches Battlepath Monsters: An Augmented Reality iPhone Game