Coin Army in Review – Tossing Change Can Be Destructive

Have you ever played one of those games in the arcade where you drop a coin in and hope to be able to push enough coins that are in the machine forward so that they fall out and you win a “jackpot” as it were?  Yeah, you know those machines that are almost as annoying as the “grab something with a claw” ones?  Well, it turns out that’s what Coin Army is.  Amazingly enough they’ve managed to present the concept in such a way that not only is it not annoying, but it can actually become addictive.  Just make sure you play responsibly so that you don’t end up paying an arm and a leg for IAP.

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10 New App Store Games To Watch [October 29 - November 4]

This has definitely been an interesting week for games.  There was a lot to choose from, and I’ve tried to build a list that not only proves fun for me, but provides a nice diversity of game play for all the discerning gamers out there.  The game that really took me by surprise this week was Coin Army.  I’ve never really cared for coin pusher games – either physical or electronic – but the combination of amusing visuals, combat elements and power ups has caught my attention with this one.  The other thing of real interest to me this week was the Square Enix Latin American Game Contest 2012.  I’ve included two games from that competition, Run for Rum and Soul Savior, but there were a total of six finalists in the competition.  They’re all free, so download them all and then vote for the ones you like the best.
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