Mobile Monday №225
It's like spring cleaning for game devs this week! Even though it's summer. And digital goods don't really take up any space. But mobile game sales are mobile game sales, so we're not going to ask too many questions.
Big sale: Kemco RPGs - Well-known for their collection of of fine 16-bit-style mobile RPGs, Kemco has gone crazy and put almost every one of its titles on sale for next to nothing. That's nearly 20 original games, each of which capture some element of that old school top down role playing charm. If you're having a tough time choosing, these games come with more than a few good recommendations: Bonds of the Skies, Symphony of Eternity, Machine Knight. Know of any other particularly great ones?
On Sale: Badland - How's about a great game for half price? Frogmind's beautiful platform adventure Badland is currently on sale for iPhone and iPad, which is awesome considering the game has only been out for a couple of months. In Badland you control a fuzzy fly character in a dangerous sidescrolling world. The basic plan of avoiding dangerous things is always in play, but the terrain introduces a lot of obstacles that can speed you up or slow you down, such as fans, tilting platforms, sticky cockleburs and exploding plant things. It's awesome, and it's on sale. Case closed! (Badland review)
On sale: Infinity Blade II - Huge sale for this juggernaut of a game. Infinity Blade II is on an impressive 80% off sale until the end of the month, meaning you, too, can swipe and smack giant armored beasts with your iOS device. Infinity Blade is a deep, compelling, great-looking release that melds the casual and the mainstream gaming ideals together. It seamlessly incorporates a strong fantasy story with role playing elements, upgrades, exploration, and even a hint of hidden objects along with fast-reflexes action that will make you sit up straight to play. (Infinity Blade II review)
Sparkle 2 now on Android, Windows and Mac - 10tons released its gorgeous match-3 sequel just a few weeks ago on iOS. Now the game has gone and ported itself to Android as well as Windows and Mac systems. Also Windows 8, Blackberry, Kindle Fire, webOS and Windows Phone 8! It just sort of ported itself. 10tons didn't even have to lift a finger. That's how good Sparkle 2 is. Don't believe us? Check out our Sparkle 2 review for proof! (Sparkle 2 downloads)