Jason Voorhees is back, but not on movie screens. The popular masked killer has found new success as a video game character on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, thanks to independent video game publisher Gun Media, and now he is making his move to mobile devices. The creators of Slayaway Camp have announced that Friday the 13th Killer Puzzle is coming to mobile devices in 2018.
The official Night in the Woods Twitter account announced on Monday that the adventure game will be coming to mobile devices in 2018.
Night in the Woods is a critically acclaimed single-player title released for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, and PlayStation 4 in early 2017. It follows Mae, an only child and cat, who has returned home to Possum Springs to live in her parents' attic. Mae soon discovers a dark secret about the town's closed coal mines and the recent disappearance of her longtime friend Casey.
Developer Layton Hawkes is known for his candy filled puzzle title Puzzlepops and its Halloween-inspired sequel Puzzlepops Trick or Treat. His latest game is another treat filled title called Campfire Cooking.
Campfire Cooking includes over 100 camping related cooking challenges. Players must twist and turn skewers to roast marshmallows and push pots of vegetables to cook over open flames. As with any puzzle game, there are plenty of obstacles to make your task of cooking meals harder than normal. You will have to maneuver your food around burned-out logs, and use switches and magnets to pull your pots across your campfire.
Noodlecake Studios and No Monkeys have teamed up once again to release Mmm Fingers 2. The follow-up to the unique obstacle game is set to land on the Apple App Store this Thursday, October 19th.
The goal of Mmm Fingers 2 is that same as the original -- keep your fingers glued to your device's display while avoiding colorful monsters. The sequel includes plenty of new obstacles and 75 different challenges. It also comes with two new game modes: Daily Challenge and Challenge Mode.
Halloween will be a little stranger this year when the hit Netflix show Stranger Things returns this October, but you can get your fix a little early by playing the official mobile game on iOS. Stranger Things: The Game was released to the Apple App Store today. It is of course an 8-bit recreation of Hawkins, Indiana with familiar locations from the award winning series, such as Mirkwood Forest and Hawkins Lab.