Of all the games in today’s roundup, the one I’m most excited about is Hundreds, and I think after you take the time to try it you’ll see why. Simultaneously exciting and soothing, it’s a wholly original game that I might just never get tired of playing, or even looking at it.
Let me know what you think of Hundreds and the other four games. Click “more” to check them all out.
Every once in a while a truly unique and innovative game comes along, and Hundreds is one such game. “Designed for ages 2 to 222” as the developers describe it, Hundreds is a puzzler featuring elegant, minimalist graphics.
The goal is to grow at least 100 points between the circles in each one of the puzzles. As the circles grow, they turn red and become unstable, and guess what — if they collide, the game is over.
With a soothing soundtrack and more than 100 different and increasingly challenging puzzles, Hundreds is the kind of game you can pleasantly zone out playing.
You’re in charge of commanding an experimental Repulze hovercraft in this futuristic racing game. As a test pilot for the Man, an authoritative figure who’s part of the Synthetics, a group in charge of the corporations that run the world.
Complete scientific challenges for the Synthetics, including pushing the boundaries of the Repulze engine, defying gravity and other physics, and trying out each and every one of the six available hypersonic hovercrafts.
Throughout gameplay enjoy smooth racing action, vivid graphics, and easy-to-learn touch and tilt controls.
A little background: The Manatalopian Knights were removed from their lands after their fortresses fell to the Goblin Horde. After domesticating the wild Burdenbeasts, however, their hope for reclaiming their kingdom was restored, and they established a new, roaming fortress.
In this action, strategy and defensive game of siege and destruction you’ll test your ability to command your roaming fortress when confronted by new waves of enemies. Some fortresses are interchangeable, meaning you can trade them in and out as part of your strategy to retake the Kingdom of Manatalopia.
Enjoy nine levels, 15 squads and 14 enemies in the game, plus 12 more levels, 22 new squads, and 10 new enemy types in the expansion pack. Note that the game is not compatible with first-generation iPads.
To get the most out of this location-based game, you’ll have to allow Life is Magic to use your location. Then, this app will begin to transform the real world around you into a fantasy world of dungeons and treasure and spells and weaponry.
Use turn-based combat with your friends to battle Titans, capture magic towers and steal loot to fund further battles and acquire more and better equipment. As you play, you compete against real players for real locations and claim Magic Towers as your own.
Play as a Mage, Machinist or Monk as you complete 100 different quests. Invite your friends to play, or discover other players in your area to compete against or form an alliance with. There are reportedly more than 4 million locations to play for, so get started!
In this visually unique game, your goal is to help the two main characters, Love and Hate, return to the hill they love so much. Throughout the 70 levels, the pair encounter a number of other characters, and you’ll be interested to learn how these other ones respond to Love and Hate.
The game features four different worlds to explore, plus charming graphics, original music, sound effects and intuitive touch controls. Work your way from one side of the screen to the other in each level to solve the puzzle and advance to the next one.
The characters are very cute, the puzzles are challenging, and the overall uniqueness of the game will win you over.
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