Mean Bean Games has brought an updated combat system to its mobile tower defense game Forces of Nature, making the game easier to play for new users. Forces of Nature sees plants taking on robots in a bid for Earth’s survival, as players control a plant named Sprout, who can raise an army of plants to take into battle.
Dragon Academy developer Team Chaos has announced the launch of Enigmo: Explore, a spiritual successor / reboot of Pangea Software’s Enigmo. Team Chaos worked with the team at Pangea Software to create what it’s calling a “zen-inducing, art deco puzzle adventure game,” which challenges players to solve puzzles using a variety of tools and an “endless” number of possible solutions.
Twins Rock Media has announced the release of ZooZoom Crew: Snow Adventure on iOS devices, challenging players to ski down the mountain, running over snowmen and skiing through gates while collecting coins. The game was created by 12-year-old twin sisters from a gaming and skiing family, which includes Doodle Jump creator Igor Pusenjak.
WizKids and NECA have announced the upcoming release of a new expansion for Quarriors on iPad. The Quarmageddon expansion will see new dice, new rules and new gameplay added to the dice “deck-building” game, and will be available for an in-app purchase of $1.99.
Mobile developer JoyBits has announced the launch of the newest game in its popular ‘Doodle’ franchise, Doodle Kingdom. Like other titles in the series, the game will see players combining elements to form new items, with over 100 elements available across over a dozen groups at launch.
Tivola Publishing has released Grandpa and the Zombies on iOS and Android devices, challenging players to help wounded Grandpa Willy escape from a zombie-infested hospital, using nothing but his wits and his wheelchair. Each level comes with candy to collect, but players can roll on through by simply making their way to the exit.
Evil Droid Studios has announced the release of its first mobile game, Hyper Havoc, challenging players to take the controls of a spaceship in an endless runner, sci-fi setting. In each game, players must avoid rotating walls, enemies and mines in the path, all while collecting coins to purchase upgrades after each game.
Mobile developer Inert Soap has released its tower defense game Man at Arms on iPad, combining real-time tower defense with a map editor, multiplayer gameplay and a collectible card system. Inert Soap was founded by former Blizzard North developers, and the team used its experience on games in the Diablo franchise to create a game with some similar features.
As mobile users look to become more productive in the new year, WinZip has updated its mobile app on iOS, offering an updated design for iOS7 and new features that focus on an “enhanced workflow” experience. The app allows users to open and view Zip or RAR files on their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch devices.
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