In a world that seems to be increasingly bleak and pessimistic, itâ€™s good â€“ no, itâ€™s imperative to have games that are simple, pointless fun. Â StickMan Rocks fills that void with considerable charm. Rock climbing has a new champion, and weâ€™ll call him Stickman.
Iâ€™ve had a really hard time giving I Dig It: Expeditions a fair shake because I just canâ€™t get into it. The game has traces of Boulderdash and Lode Runner, but really isnâ€™t comparable to either. In fact, Iâ€™m not really sure how to classify the game. What I do know is that the pace is a bit slow for me, and I spent way too much time doing nothing more than going back and forth between the surface and the last place I dug. There just wasnâ€™t enough here to capture my attention for any appreciable length of time.
I Dig It, brought to you by InMotion Software (developers behind Dungeon Defense), is the iPhone incarnation of the popular Flash game Motherload. You are entrusted with a badass digging tank charged with exploring the underground in search of items with resale value. It’s like an underground garage sale on your iPhone!
Tower Defense has just gotten a very promising upgrade in the form of InMotion Softwareâ€™s Dungeon Defense:Crypt Edition. This Tower Defense game has come out of seemingly nowhere. The graphically excellent game has a lot of TD fans excited with good reason but can it compete with the â€œbig boysâ€Â like Field Runners and the even newer ElementalMonster TD?
Gaming on the iPhone/iPod Touch just keeps getting better and better. Developers have been giving us more new apps than we can possibly handle (at least all at once). The past two days, we’ve even seen some of the hottest old school games from back in the day make their way onto the iDevice: Mega Man II and Wolfenstein 3D Classic. Those who loved these two classic titles will undoubtedly get a kick re-living those memories once again while on-the-go.
TD lovers will be happy to know that ElementalMonster TD and Dungeon Defense bring some new elements and twists to the genre. In ElementalMonster, trading cards are now incorporated into the game and Dungeon Defense invites you to the dark side as you take control of the undead. Last but not least, THQ brings WWE Legends of WrestleMania to the small screen, where 10 WWE legends and a career mode await you. Be sure to check out gameplay videos after the break!
Dungeon Defense – InMotion Software, $2.99
ElementalMonster TD – Hudson, $0.99 (Sale price until March 30th)
WWE Legends of WrestleMania – THQ Wireless, $9.99
Wolfenstein 3D Classic – id Software, $4.99
Mega Man II – Capcom, $4.99