Rolling Hero in Review – Chillingo’s Still On A Roll…

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One of the things I really admire about Chillingo is that they have a knack for digging up games that take tried and true mechanics and give them enough twists and flair to make them feel like fresh games.  Such is the case with Rolling Hero.  Anyone that has played games on their iOS device for a reasonable length of time has probably played one or more titles where you rotate the board to get your hero to the proper location, yet this one feels different somehow.  It definitely has a cute factor that seems to permeate a majority of Chillingo’s best titles, but there’s a certain spin this game takes that keeps me wanting to come back for more.  Even if I never completely put my finger on it, I guess that’s a good thing since I’m spending my time with the game. Continue reading…

10 New App Store Games To Watch [March 11 - 17]

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This was another week of well rounded releases in the iOS gaming world.  Folks that like a little more spice to their fishing simulations should give Ridiculous Fishing – A Tale of Redemption a try.  Sure you cast your line and haul up the fish like any other simulation, but once you them above the surface the big guns come out… quite literally.  If you’re more of a golfing nut there’s Super Stickman Golf 2.  180 holes, 60 achievements and 28 hats will keep you quite busy, and then there are the two multiplayer modes.  If you’d rather just take out your frustrations on loads of unnamed villains, Brotherhood of Violence might be right up your alley.  It looks like it could have the makings of a modern day Streets Of Rage, which would suit me just fine.

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