Wow. I was afraid my last roundup was an accident and that there wasn’t going to be much to write about this week. Instead I think I might have had more options to choose from! That being the case I’ll mention a couple of games that didn’t make the main list, starting with Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. It’s got a weird name, it’s a rhythm based Final Fantasy, and it could quite possibly have the most IAP of any of their games to date. One Million Monkeys is more than a word game, it’s actually a story creation game. It sounds like it takes Mad Libbing to the next level, and it might even get this stubborn game playing loner to engage in a more social multi-player experience. Monsters, Inc. Run takes one of the best Pixar films and fuses it with one of my favorite genres, the infinite runner. I don’t know if it adds anything new to the mix or not, but when you combine two of my favorite things I have to give it a shout out.
While there were probably a few games that were a bit more “high profile”, as far as I’m concerned the big story this past week was One Single Life, the game where you literally get one life to complete the game. If at first you don’t succeed… you’re locked out and can’t play the game any more. If that’s a little too intense for you, why not try the portable version of You Don’t Know Jack, one of the most entertaining electronic trivia games around. If you just want to frag your friends in one of the most recognized video game horror universes ever there’s Resident Evil Mercenaries Vs, Capcom’s first foray into the iOS online market.