Over the past week, a lot of interesting new products have appeared on the territory of iOS, and we would like to highlight the most notable of them. So, the brightest and freshest releases are in front of you:
Dead Trigger 2
The return of the impressive zombie shooter from MadFinger has taken place. Again, you must fight the living dead, turning them completely dead, but this time you will have special missions such as rescuing and escorting survivors, sniper missions, and zombie bosses such as the acid-spitting Vomitron. This gives the gameplay a fresh look. Shooting zombies has become much more fun due to convenient controls and a wide range of weapons. And, although this game is distributed as free-to-play, which slows down game progress due to the need to wait or pay, nevertheless, the lack of an energy storage system in Dead Trigger 2 is already a big plus.
Robot Entertainment Studio – veterans of strategy games, the developers of Hero Academy, decided to take a little distraction from magic and spells and created Echo Prime – an addicting space brawler. It is distinguished by simple and accessible controls based on taps and swipes, as well as the presence of RPG elements – an arsenal of weapons, special skills and attacks. Visual design aside, the Echo Prime is a good time killer.
Oil Rush: 3D Naval Strategy
This development from the Uningine studio is part tower defense, part RTS, and invites you to take part in the war for resources. The plot in Oil Rush develops as in Mushroom Wars, where the main idea is the need to dominate opponents at sea, collecting the vast majority of ships under your flag. In addition, you will have to stock up on resources and guard your oil platforms so that they are not captured by competitors. This game will delight gamers with stunning 3D graphics, easy controls and dynamic gameplay.
A new game from Rubicon, the developers of the Great Big War Game. This is a free-to-play fantasy game in which a couple of players try to kill a hero put up for battle by the enemy, while simultaneously surrounding themselves with monster bodyguards. It has elements of a card game with the need to select your own deck, a turn-based combat system, a hand-to-hand combat field and several modes – campaign and multiplayer (which, by the way, is cross-platform and allows you to fight with your friends, owners of Android devices).
Strike Wing: Raptor Rising
New space shooter from Crescent Moon, which impresses with views of planets and fields of asteroids, alien stars and nebulae, but, unfortunately, the gameplay of this game is not as entertaining as its landscapes. Most of the time in it you will have to spend in one position, shooting enemy ships from your lasers.
Asterix: Total Retaliation
You don’t have to think long about where the guys at BulkyPix got their inspiration when they developed this game – definitely from Plants vs. Zombies. Instead of the sun, you will see bottles of potions here, Gauls instead of pea shooters, and Romans instead of zombies. There are some changes, but not so significant that this game is considered more than just a copy of the idea of the PopCap studio.
This puzzle game, published by Chillingo, invites players to scare away guests from the hotel and do it in a variety of ways – settle ghosts and slimy monsters in adjacent rooms and do other Halloween nasty things. All this sounds pretty easy, but in fact, puzzle lovers will have something to think about here, since many actions will have to be planned several steps ahead.
A new fighter from Milkstone Studio that is completely dedicated to boss battles and offers you an infinite number of bad guys. At first it seems entertaining, but then it starts to tire. The authors state that bosses will evolve and develop based on your flaws, but this is almost invisible.
This is the development of David Turkevich, which may interest only fans of the horror genre. In general, the game is not very interesting, but it can still make you flinch a couple of times.
In addition to the games we have already listed, there are several other interesting releases that are worth mentioning.
Digital implementation of a board game from Athenstean studio, which looks quite interesting and intriguing.
Another port of the board game, implemented by Queen Games, which is a simulator of the construction of a luxurious Arab-style palace. The game looks very attractive, but so far it suffers from some technical problems.
An addicting point-and-click adventure full of mystery and murder, developed by Microids. It places gamers in America in the 1930s, forcing them to investigate the notorious crimes of those times.
NBA General Manager 2014
In this game from the developers of From the Bench, you have to recruit and lead a team of real-life famous world basketball stars and put it against other teams that also exist in reality.