I’m kind of addicted to Bumpy Road, which was released yesterday. The premise is like any run-forever game on iOS where you have to get as far as you can while collecting things and avoiding hazards. What I love about this game is the art style and especially the music. Check it out if you’re looking for something new to keep you busy.
I’ve been addicted to Game Dev Story these last few days. It’s a game where you start your own video game company and oversee virtually all aspects of game development. My first popular game developed at VinhSoft was an online rpg adaptation of the movie Gigli, which sold 1.25 million copies. My only complaint with the game is that it’s a little pricey at $3.99. (iTunes link)
Texting of the Bread is the top contender for usurping Monster Dash as my current favorite iOS game. This game is sort of like House of the Dead but instead of guns you have words, and instead of zombies you have decrepit gingerbread beings. If you remember Typing of the Dead, it’s pretty much the same. To smite these undead sugar treats, you have to type the words that are attached each one. Your final score for each round is tied to your typing accuracy. I’m not really good due to my man thumbs, and I have a habit of texting with a single finger. Don’t judge me. My only complaint with the game so far is with the word selection, some of which is kind of corny. (iTunes link)
I haven’t played this yet, but Sushi Cat looks like an interesting iOS game. The app is available as a free download as part of FreeAppADay.com’s Featured App. You play as sushi cat who you have to make fat to win the girl cat. I’ve always aspired to become super fat to win over the ladies. It hasn’t worked, but I can dream can’t I? (iTunes link)