|@Pac-man-ate-my-wife I do believe we have a winner! Pretty sure that's it. nice one!|
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|I have that. It's really shit. Not worth 2 quid IMO.|
all at 69p at the moment:|
GTA: Chinatown Wars
Mass Effect Infiltrator
Real Racing 2
Resident evil 4?! WHAT THE FRACK?!|
As in the full game on ios?!
Come and get it cumslingers!
Doubt it. If so its probably hard to control.|
BTW had an offer accepted! will be stalking you soon...
Good stuff! Congratulations. |
Where is it? As in slightly more detailed than just Twickenham
Turns out RE4 is shit. Will be buying Super Hexagon though!
Looks like I chose the right time to get back on the iOS sheep brigade!
Come and get it cumslingers!
Well, offer accepted doesnt mean anythign these days, can still go wrong with searches, gazumping, the owner refusing to move out in a reasonable time... its in between twickenham station and st margarets, just off amyand park road in a 1996 build development!|
If you like advance wars style games, you MAY want to try iWesnoth, which is good, but a bit detailed and technical for some folks and not free
Get the EA Sports app for managing your UT on the go, and Dead Trigger, Magic 2013 and Middle Managers of Justice are all pretty good all free, at least to try.
Bastion - 69p|
I've got it on XBLA and never played it however at 69p it's gotta to be worth it.
Anyone played both versions?
|Rayman Jungle Run is also 69p at the moment is is one of the best iOS games I've played this year.|
Pac-man-ate-my-wife wrote:Only the iPad one - it is controllable, which is normally my issue with touch screen conversions. Haven't finished it, but do intend to go back to it!
Nth wrote:It does look great. However, it does not seem to be available here in Sweden.
|Bastion on iPad is fantastic. I'd paid £5 for it and I would have been happy to pay more, at 69p.....bargain doesn't really cover it.|
|Dream of Pixels is down to 69p today (someone was asking about it before)|
The ongoing Price Appocalypse continues, albeit on what are (comparatively) expensive games:|
Sword & Swocery - £1.49 (down from £2.99)
Punch Quest - Free
The World Ends WIth You - £8.99 (not a 'bargain' but a big drop from it's usual asking price of £12.99)
Chaos Rings II - £6.99 (from £12.99)
Chaos Rings - £2.49 (from £8.99)
Sonic games - 69p
Lego Harry Potter - 69p
Espagulda II - £3.99 (from £5.49)
Waking Mars - £1.49 (from £2.99)
Final Fantasy Tatics - £5.49 (from £10.99)
Space Invaders: Infinity Gene - £1.49 (from 2.99)
|Wordament is out on iOS! Why is that special? It's an Xbox Live enabled game! Yes, you get achievements for playing it. I guess it shows a bit of how Microsoft sees the future of Xbox Live.|
Temple Run 2 has just come out in NZ and its free comes here and in the US sometime over the night, as for it been free I guess it will have pay to play extras.|
Hate the way mobile gaming is going
Edited by HoriZon at 20:37:36 16-01-2013
I used to be a gamer like you, then I took an arrow in the knee.
Got Final Fantasy ATB yesterday. It's actually quite a nice little retro FF nostalgia game. It's basically a collection of SNES-era sprites of enemies, character classes, items and attacks. An encyclopaedia of sorts. You have your characters line up on the right (I have 22 lined up so far, there's probably a few more). You touch them and they attack, after you attack, the enemies attack back, if you don't attack, neither do they.|
It's be a fun little game were it not such a horrible, cynical attempt to extract as much cash through microtransactions as possible. I hate this. I can excuse an indie developer for doing it when a higher price would damage their sales, but S-E don't need to be doing it. You pay £2.50 for the game, and there's plenty to go on from there. After the main game, you can pay £2.50 for Midgar, £2.50 for Zanarkand, £2.50 for a FFXII level. There are also 35 FF heroes which you can purchase for 69p each. I don't know if you can unlock these through gameplay but I assume not. If you buy everything it's going to run you £30, for what is essentially a game where you rub your finger over the right side of the screen until you run out of guys. They could have made this £4.99 and made all the aforementioned stuff unlockable like a proper game should. I doubt it even entered their minds, it looks designed as a cash grab right from the off. But now you either get half a game, or you pay through the nose for something that has virtually no gameplay and no new content, just reused SNES sprites.
HoriZon wrote:It's free, the pay extras can be ignored.
I came in like a wrecking ball. Yeah, I just closed my eyes and swung. Left me crashing in a blazing fall. All you ever did was wreck me. Yeah, you, you wreck me.
|Temple Run 2 would be quite good if it wasn't for the far, far better 'Pitfall!' ... almost a shameless copy.|
|Knights of Pen and Paper is totally awesome. I think it got 9/10 on the front page, and it's well worth that.|
|Probably very late to the game here- as I'm late getting an ipad- but, Flipboard is an excellent one-stop-shop app for tying all of your interests, twitter feeds and Facebook stuff into one very useable flick through book. It's impressive how it collates everything and presents it so smoothly. Worth a look for free.|