Mobile Monday №205
You know you're in for a good week when a Magicka is announced for a mobile system! Maybe the new game will shed some more light on that whole Vlad-vampire mystery? Like, seriously, who would ever think he's a vampire? Ever?
Dangerous elemental battles, Magicka style - So, Magicka is coming to iPad and Android tablets. That is, a version of Magicka reworked into a game that's somewhat similar to but also somewhat different than regular Magicka. Magicka: Wizards of the Square is an action-filled brawling game that uses the franchise's familiar spell casting elemental system for same-device multiplayer insanity. Cast spells, mix fire and water, and try not to kill your friends. Too often. No firm release date has been announced, but Wizards of the Square is expected within a few weeks.
More Lume is on the way! - Lume, the fantastically stylish point and click game from State of Play, is about to get a sequel! Lumino City, a sequel to the fantastically stylish point-and-click game Lume, was recently announced by developer State of Play, and it's safe to say we're already in love. The world in Lume was created out of cardboard, wood and paper and then scanned for use in the game. Lumino City goes a step further and incorporates more refined cutting techniques and even has working motors and lights! Lumino City will be coming to mobile devices later this year, with downloadable versions hitting sometime in the spring.
Little Inferno is now even littler - The Tomorrow Corporation has gone and smaller-ified its burning-centric physics puzzle game Little Inferno, shrinking it down to fit on your iPad. Ok, so it's not that much smaller, but you get the picture. The mobile realm is a natural fit for the game, and we have to admit it's a little more entertaining setting stuff on fire with touches and taps instead of mouse clicks. Check out our Little Inferno review for more bits of gushing praise!