Cut the Rope developer ZeptoLab has announced the launch of My Om Nom on iOS devices. Developed in partnership with Dynamic Pixels, the game allows players to care for their very own Om Nom, the friendly green monster from the Cut the Rope franchise. This game also introduces fans to the first-ever female version of Om Nom, named Om Nelle.
Naiad Entertainment has announced the launch of its debut title, Sneaky Sneaky, on iOS devices. The level-based stealth puzzle and adventure game sees players, as a thief, exploring environments and collecting treasures alongside a turn-based encounter system. Each level may have different paths to victory, allowing players to discover which methods work best for them.
DeNA has announced the launch of Polyform, a 3D action puzzle game, on iOS devices. Based on the PC / Steam puzzle game Critical Mass (from Manic Game Studios), Polyform asks players to complete 3D puzzles by adding colored cubes to a formation floating in space, creating groups of four or more touching cubes to remove them from the formation.
Independent developer Relevant Games has announced the release of Fat Chicken on iOS devices. The tower offense game introduces players to the world of factory farming, as players work to grow their farm animals to make money on the meat market. In each level, players build towers along a path to keep their animals alive and healthy, long enough to reach the end.
First announced in July 2014, Amazon Game Studios’ Tales from Deep Space is now available to download on Kindle Fire tablets. The game takes players to a space station called Big Moon, where they’ll jump into the shoes of traveling salesman E, alongside a luggage drone named CASI. Upon arriving on Big Moon, players discover the station’s computer system is offline and E is robbed, leading players on a mission to recover E’s stolen property. Things quickly go from bad to worse for E, as his quest turns into one of discovery, surrounding the station’s mysteries.
Among the many weather apps available on mobile devices, Ben Lisbakken’s Weather or Not aims to offer something different: an experience that helps users “visualize the weather” and understand how it will impact their day-to-day activities. To do so, data from forecast.io is combined with a user’s calendar, which allows them to see the expected weather conditions for each task they have planned throughout the day.
Mobile game developer Pixowl has announced the launch of The Sandbox EDU, a new version of its original pixel-art Sandbox app, which was released in 2012. The Sandbox EDU was developed in collaboration with teachers of K-12 students, and is optimized for play by users six to 12 years old. In the game, players are given both an open-ended playground and goal oriented missions, where they can design original art while interacting with content based on science, technology, engineering and math.
Indie game publisher Gameblyr has today announced the release of Zengrams on iOS devices. Created by Andreas Boye, Zengrams is a minimalistic puzzle game, containing 70 levels that challenge players to drag paper shapes into dotted outlines, combing shapes into multiple colors, cutting larger pieces into smaller ones, an so on, all without running out of moves.
2K has announced the launch of NBA 2K15 on mobile devices. Developed by Visual Concepts, a 2K Studio, the game promises gamers the most “true-to-life” NBA experience they’ve ever seen on mobile, with multiple gameplay modes that look to capture the feeling of the console game.
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