Arcade 25 March 2016
Co-developed by Steve Howse and Thorntree Studios, an arcade game resembling the popular mobile and browser hit Agar.io. During the game you are in control of a small snake which grows by eating bright points. Apart from yours, there are other snakes on the map and in order to win, you have to eat what remains of the bigger ones. The only problem is that they die only if they touch other creatures with their heads, so your objective is to maneuver your snake in a way that will make others run into you. This can be achieved with a number of techniques. There is no final purpose to the game, so you can play till the Earth stops turning. Similarly to the aforementioned production by M28 studio, Slither.io features minimalistic visuals. Even though they are simple, they still can give an ample scope for showing your brains and skill.
My Tamagotchi Forever (AND)
Arcade 15 March 2018
The production that evokes the spirit of classic Tamagotchi games in which the player takes care of various creatures. During gameplay, it is vital not only to feed, bathe, and clean after them, but also play with them – by doing so, you can be sure they will go to bed willingly.
Hill Climb Racing 2 (AND)
Arcade 18 October 2016
A sequel to the crazy mobile arcade games by Fingersoft. In Hill Climb Racing 2, once again, you drive a variety of vehicles, and your task is to complete a given track within a time limit. You can drive off-road vehicles, motorcycles, scooters, and even buses, and to win you have to use ramps scattered all over the tracks to perform various tricks and acrobatics, which vary depending on your vehicle. The game utilizes a side view and features both a single player mode and a multiplayer mode for up to 4 players. Moreover, you can customize both your character and vehicles. Since it is a free-to-play production, modifications are unlocked as the game progresses.
Space Frontier (AND)
Arcade 26 July 2017
A 2D arcade game by Ketchapp, a famous mobile game producer, known from e.g. 2048. You task is to colonize Mars. To achieve that, you use a special rockets consisting of modules. Those modules are incinerated during flight, and you have to tap the screen when the fire is closest to a green bar on each module. The gameplay requires good timing and patience, and features some other elements for additional variety. You can e.g. change the color of your rocket by tapping a special machine. You can also add more modules, and you should hire adventurers, who'd like to live on Mars. The gameplay of Space Frontier seems slightly repetitive, but it's very exciting. A big asset of the game is the fact that it's free and does not feature microtransactions;' the only thing you can buy with real money is a permanent function of blocking ads during the game.
Super Mario Run (AND)
Arcade 23 March 2017
A mobile installment of the famous platform game franchise by Nintendo, and a typical autorunner production for portable devices. You play, of course, as the eponymous plumber, who constantly moves to the right side of the screen, and your task is to avoid obstacles while eliminating enemies and gathering special golden coins. There are two game modes in Super Mario Run. In the first one, you only have to complete the levels, in the other you compete against the other players, trying to get a better result. What matters here is not only completing the level, but also your method of achieving that. You can also create your kingdom, which is what you use the coins you gather for. The game features the visual style known from the fist installments of the series, although the graphics have been enhanced so that they would not seem old-fashioned by current 2D platform game standards.
Stranger Things: The Game (AND)
Arcade 04 October 2017
A promotional game for the Stranger Things series, published by Netflix and developed by BonusXP (the creators of e.g. The Incorruptibles and Cavemania). Stranger Things: The Game is an action-adventure game with stealth, platform, and logic puzzle elements. It is set in an American town of Hawkins in 1984. When several local children go missing, Sheriff Jim Hopper tries to find them, unaware that their disappearance in only the tip of the iceberg. Apart from Hopper, you can also play as other characters, such as Lucas and Nancy. Each character has different abilities, which help you solve various problems. During the game, you find waffles and garden gnomes that allow you to unlock bonus elements. The visuals are inspired by old 8-bit console productions. Stranger Things: The Game is free to download on iOS and Android devices.
Rayman Adventures (AND)
Arcade 03 December 2015
A colorful 2D platformer that continues the long-standing game series developed by the Ubisoft company. At the same time, it is the third installment designed with mobile platforms in mind. The story of Rayman Adventures revolves around a sacred tree growing in the middle of a magic forest. When the ancient eggs that sustain the tree are stolen, the task of bringing them back falls on no one else than the brave Rayman. Accompanied by the fearless Viking warrior Barbara, he sets off on a perilous journey. The game revolves around collecting the eggs and using their special powers in appropriate moments. Similarly to the previous Rayman mobile games, this one too is an auto runner, although this time the gameplay bears more similarities to the full-fledged installments in the series (namely, Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends). As its predecessors, the game is powered by UbiArt Framework game engine.
Arcade 12 September 2013
A sandbox platform game by indie studio Re-Logic, sometimes called the 2D version of the popular Minecraft. There is no set goal; your task is basically to shape the randomly-generated world around you. At first you only have a few basic tools, which allow you to dig and find resources, chop wood, and create simple structures. As the game progresses, due to the extensive crafting system, you discover better tools, allowing you to create advanced materials and to fight monsters. There are many possibilities in the game, and the only restriction is your own imagination. Terraria features a single player mode, but you can join forces with other players, thus gaining precious allies, who can help you with the more challenging tasks.
The Tower Assassin's Creed (AND)
Arcade 01 November 2017
A simple action game in which the player first builds the titular tower and then he or she assumes control of an Assassin who performs a leap of faith. During the flight he or she collects Helix points that unlock various handicaps, additional characters and locations from most important installments in the Assassin’s Creed series.
Lara Croft: Relic Run (AND)
Arcade 26 May 2015
A mobile arcade game from the endless runner subgenre, created by studio Simutronis. It allows you to become Lara Croft – the protagonist of the cult Tomb Raider series. Just like many similar titles, Lara Croft: Relic Run doesn’t contain a rich storyline – it just allows you to control the eponymous character during her numerous adventures in search of precious artifacts. In the game Lara automatically runs ahead and your task is to command her to jump, slide or change direction at the right moment with gestures. Apart from that, there are many combat sequences, both with common enemies and mighty bosses (like a Tyrannosaurus). Sometimes you can also show your acrobatic talent by running on the wall or doing some other evolutions in order to avoid various threats. The gameplay is also more attractive thanks to a simple character progression system, online leaderboards and well recreated atmosphere of the Tomb Raider series.
A colorful, two-dimensional platformer game for mobile devices, created by Mobge Games - a Turkish developer. With its relaxed atmosphere, the game describes daily life and habits of Vikings. As a platformer game, Viking Mushroom offers twenty-five different levels filled with opportunities to jump and climb. The player encounters large numbers of traps, enemies and collectibles as well. The titular mushrooms are significant here, for they were eaten by Scandinavian warriors in order to acquire superhuman powers, according to the tradition. The game recreates such situations, for each of many kind of mushrooms available gives access to a set of useful abilities. The game offers colorful visuals, resembling the Rayman series in this aspect. What deserves special attention is the fact that both the plot and certain gameplay mechanics are rooted deeply in the tradition of Vikings and supported by research conducted on their culture.
Sling Kong (AND)
Arcade 05 August 2015
A two-dimensional arcade game for mobile devices, created by Protostar. The player assumes control of a monkey with remarkable stretching ability. The mechanics of Sling Kong are somewhat similar to the Angry Birds series. Our monkey has the ability to shoot itself, like a sling shot, using its elastic arms in certain points. There is only one way for us to to go, and that is up – a task which is made difficult by the fact that the points disappear after a short while. This does not allow even a moment’s rest, while the locations are filled with numerous obstacles such as mobile platforms, crushing totems, or fire-searing flowers. We receive special gold coins as a reward for each successful playthrough, and unlock other friendly animals which can be used in next games, improving our high scores. Sling Kong uses simple, albeit funny and cartoonish visuals.
Dragon Hills (AND)
Arcade 09 April 2015
Dragon Hills is a mobile 2D platformer. It was developed by Rebel Twins, creators of Aliens Drive Me Crazy and Daddy Was A Thief. We play as a princess who seeks revenge on the people who hurt her. Riding a friendly dragon, we embarks on a journey of destruction. Instead of flying, however, the dragon digs underground tunnels. Our enemies are mostly located on the surface, so we will have to jump out frequently to destroy them. However, each action like that has to be calculated, because the deeper under ground we are, the higher we will jump. By doing so, we will destroy buildings, fight bosses, and gather items. The implemented character progression system will alow our dragon to get more and more powerful. The game features cartoonish 2D visuals.
Vector 2 (AND)
Arcade 18 May 2016
Continuation of the original auto-run platformer that was the first major success of Russian independent studio Nekki. Plot of Vector 2 continues the storyline of the original and takes us back to the dreary world of the future, in which the eye of Big Brother keeps track of all actions of the people. Protagonist known from the first installment was eventually captured by security forces, but, instead of killing him, they decided to use his skills to test some new equipment in a secret research facility. In comparison with the original, game mechanics have not changed significantly and the gameplay boils down to overcoming successive levels with gradually learned parkour tricks. This time, however, individual levels are procedurally generated and each death is final. The game features also completely new locations and enemies, new types of obstacles and pitfalls, as well as a large set of additional gadgets to unlock.
LEGO Bionicle: Mask Of Creation (AND)
Arcade 01 January 2015
An arcade action game by Frima Studio, the creators, of the platform game Chariot or Zombie Tycoon 2. LEGO Bionicle: Mask of Creaion is set on the Okoto Island, where not only have the Masks of Power gone missing, but also the forces of evil are running rampant. The group of protagonists, consisting of Tahu (the Toa of Fire), Kopaka (the Toa of Ice), Onua (the Toa of Earth), Gali (the Toa of Water), Pohatu (the Toa of Stone), and Lewa (the Toa of Jungle), is forced to try and restore the order and reclaim the Masks. Their mission calls for battling numerous adversaries—in combat, the heroes use various fighting abilities, which give thewm an advantage over their foes. Interestingly, the game was created as a part of the promotional campaign for the new LEGO Bionicle toy line, and despite it's free-to-play model, it does not feature any microtransactions or ads.
Arcade 11 February 2015
Very unique two-dimensional platformer from the independent developer PlayDead. We play as a small boy who sets on dangerous journey to save his sister. He traverses surrealistic landscapes, coming across many deadly traps and running away from monstrous spider, which follow him tirelessly. In terms of gameplay, Limbo borrows from classic platform titles, though not without adding a few original features. The games revolves around advanced physics, which plays crucial role in most puzzles and arcade sequences, during which the players must display quick reflexes. What stands out the most, however, is Limbo’s unique, mysterious and grim atmosphere, mainly coming from its audiovisuals. Sparse use of sound and graphics, consisting only of shades of black and white, makes it look like a work of a movie expressionist from the beginning of 20th century.