Today, Disney Interactive announced that Mickey is returning (again) to star in Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse on iOS. As with the PSN and XBLA games earlier in the year this casts Mickey in a reimagining of the Sega Genesis classic. Players control Mickey with the touch screen as he travels through the enchanted … Continue reading Castle of Illusions iOS Pre-Release Hands-On iPhone Game-play – Genesis / Megadrive Game Re-imagined
This week Tobi tries iPad gaming and we introduce him to the new Bang card game on iPhone/iPad/PC. Along the way we get talking about Fruit Ninja, Plants vs Zombies and Mario Kart. Name of the credits music track: “Win This Race” Artist of the credits music track: “Piccadilly Circus” Direct URL of the credits … Continue reading Family Gamer TV 1.16 – iPad Games Bang, Plants vs Zombies and Fruit Ninja
We play through the Catboy and the Shrinker video-game on the iPad, iPhone and Android phones. It’s in the Disney Junior Appisodes app.
We have to tap, swipe and circle to solve the different problems that come up in the episode. There are 20 different levels to progress through where we take on:
– PJ Masks HQ Search
– PJ Masks Shoot Shrink Ray
– PJ Masks Maze Escape
– PJ Masks Racing
– PJ Masks Seatbelt Clip
– PJ Masks Dance Challenge
We test out the latest version of Skylanders on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. You can use last year’s portal or buy a new Starter Pack to jump in for the first time.
Skylanders Superchargers has launched on iOS, with a downloadable app available in the Appstore now and a supporting Starter Pack available for those who are keen to play the game complete with it’s physical toys and portal. This is the second Skylanders game to get mobile support and once again, it’s the full console experience (depending on your device). Owners of the Starter Pack will also get a wireless controller to make the game feel just like a regular console release.
For those of you dipping into the game ahead of or instead of purchasing the starter pack, the whole game can be unlocked with an in-app purchase and digital versions of specific characters are also available to buy. However, you will be limited to touch screen controls unless you also own the tablet edition of Skylanders Trap Team, the characters, portal and controller from which can be used for Superchargers.
This year’s game also include online play, with online competitive racing and online co-op for the main story mode. Both modes are also supported cross device, for those of you that own multiple iOS devices or an Apple TV and iOS device. There’s no Android support this year, which is unfortunate, but if you’re an Apple device owner, you won’t be disappointed with a game that’s great value for families, providing ongoing support for all of the previous games’ physical toys.
New this year is Online Multiplayer and Co-Op for the game. You can’t play local co-op this year though.
We have a look at Lego Batman Beyond Gotham on iOS today. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, DC Entertainment and The LEGO Group announced today the release of LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, available now on the App Store. Based on the hit game LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, this action-packed adventure game brings the LEGO Batman experience to fans on the go.
“We’re excited that players can enjoy the latest LEGO Batman adventure on their mobile devices, and just in time for summer vacation,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. “iOS is the perfect platform for gamers to easily experience fun LEGO adventures in their fast-paced lives.”
In LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham players take on the role of the Caped Crusader and other iconic DC Comics Super Heroes as they blast off to outer space to stop the evil Brainiac from destroying the Earth. Players can unlock and play as more than 100 characters with their own gadgets and abilities, including members of the Justice League and the Legion of Doom. Fans can also earn or purchase character bundles throughout the year from the Batman Beyond series, the Dark Knight franchise, Green Arrow, and Batman the Classic TV Series with plenty more on the way.
We finally battle Nanook in this Let’s Play of Beast Quest. It’s the new iPhone and iPad game based on the 12 million selling series of books. The game is great but do check out the books if you’ve not read them yet. As we continue to exploring Avantia, we’ll dip into the in-app purchases … Continue reading Let’s Play Beast Quest – Part 4 – Nanook’s Battle
We take a look at the new UK release of Disney Tsum-Tsum, the highly popular free-to-play puzzle app from Japan. Translating to Disney Stack Stack you have to connect and pop as many Disney Tsum characters as you can in one minute. With the colourful presentation and intense audio this will feel similar to those … Continue reading Let’s Play Line: Disney Tsum Tsum – First 15 Mins & In-App Purchases
We have a daily diary on the new World of Tanks Blitz game for iOS iPad and iPhone. World of Tanks Blitz is the the iOS version of the extremely popular PC & Xbox 360 game World of Tanks. When you usually think about PC or console games making the move from the big screen … Continue reading World of Tanks Blitz – Let’s Play Battle Diary Day 1
PlayStation Vita Pets: Puppy Parlour is a free new pet simulator for the iPhone and iPad published by SCEE. The game is a companion App for the new PlayStation Vita title PlayStation Vita Pets, which will let you care for a puppy and go on adventures with him or her around Castlewood Island. Puppy Parlour, … Continue reading Let’s Play PlayStation Vita Pets: Puppy Parlour on iOS
Nyamyam announced today that its Japanese pop-up game, Tengami, is now available for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch (coming later for Wii U). Tengami is an unusually atmospheric video-game set inside a Japanese pop-up book, drawing on dark fairy tales and a hand printed paper aesthetic. You wanderer the land and sea as it unfolds … Continue reading Let’s Play Tengami iOS #1 – Hand Made Paper Magic