One Hour One Life for Mobile is an iOS version of the desktop survival game created by Jason Rohrer. It features "cute and quirky graphics and sounds," according to the official description, but iPhone and iPad users should not be fooled...One Hour One Life can be brutal. I personally died several times during the tutorial just trying to grasp the controls and crafting.
App of the Week
Puzzle games on the App Store are a dime a dozen, but sometimes one comes along to freshen up the over crowded mobile gaming genre. A Way to Slay is a hack and slash title in the form of a puzzle game. I'm not sure if this is actually new, but it is new to me and made it difficult for me to put the game down to write this review.
Every so often an app comes along that actually solves a problem, and you remember why you used to love the App Store. Tunity is one of those apps. It may not be for everyone, but if you like to watch sports at bars, or watch TV while working out at the gym, then you'll want to keep reading.
Teen Titans Go! Figure is the sequel to Cartoon Network's Pokémon parody Teeny Titans. The follow up is a lot like the original, making you wonder why releasing an entirely new app was necessary. I'm assuming $3.99 was the main motivation behind Go Figure.
It's been a few years after Robin became the Teeny Titans champion, and interest in the collectible actions figures called Teeny Titans has waned. The Titans have all sold off their collections when they discover that the company that makes Teeny Titans is discontinuing the toys. This sets off Teeny Titan mania all over again, and the real Titans scramble to collect the toys before they're all gone
MetaArcade has brought Chaosium’s award-winning role-playing game Call of Cthulhu to the Apple App Store. Cthulhu Chronicles is an interactive, choose your own adventure-type RPG where players must navigate their way through Arkham City while keeping their sanity intact.