The adventures of Robot Unicorn continue in this epic follow-up! Choose a team — Team Rainbow or Team Inferno — and build and customize your own unique unicorn. You have control over everything from body types, manes and wings (that’s right, you can fly) to horns, tails and more.
Then race your steed through the worlds of Rainbows and Harmony, and Ice and Wonder, battling giants and dodging hazards. You can arm your unicorn with a dozen different boost abilities, such as Rainbow Savior or Gallow’s Gallop, to aid you through the challenging levels.
The phantasmagorical environments are clearly one of the best things about this game, and you won’t be able to help staring a little too long at unique features like the Space Whales, Leviathan Seahorses, Ice Owls and others. Even better, the levels and worlds look different day to day, so you’ll never know what to expect.
A board game on an iPad? Many have tried and many have failed, but Talisman Prologue gets it right. The decades-old adventure board game brings all the joy of its in-depth storylines and unpredictability to iOS while still staying true to the original.
Embark on single-player campaigns, rolling die to move around the outer, middle and inner regions of the board. Depending on the space you land on, you may have to draw a card or take on a task, such as facing a monster, encountering followers or gathering treasure.
Multiplayer features are rumored to be released this summer. In the meantime, enjoy the game’s original soundtrack, 10 different board game characters and more than four dozen different quests.
A completely awesome game featuring members of the blood-sucking undead has arrived, and for once I’m not talking about zombies. Fangz has you shooting, slashing and smashing vampires (which the game identifies as lawyers and bankers — ahem, are the developers trying to say something?).
Rated 12+, the game features horror, mild profanity, violence, mature themes and the like, but it manages to deliver all of this via colorful hand-drawn animations and graphics, providing a very tongue-in-cheek type of amusement for the player.
Fangz pulls no punches, and you’ll get to witness the vamps die (or is that die again?) in excruciating detail throughout all 10 levels. Do all the damage you can with more than a dozen different weapons and multiple main character upgrades.
As a medieval kiwi knight you have the opportunity to embark on some honorable (and fruitful!) quests, running as far as you can for as long as you can, while still avoiding guards, witches, dragons and other foes.
As you play you’ll unlock different heroes, each one with his or her own unique abilities, such as jumping and flying. Explore the various areas of the castle, including the drawbridge, towers and dungeons, acquiring treasure and other valuables like potions, boosts and costumes.
Play as the knight, wizard or archer, and take on more than 200 solo missions, plus more than 30 co-op missions that can be played with friends. The cute and colorful characters and graphics will charm the gauntlets right off you, and I must say, even the villainous bosses are pretty cuddly-looking. Not that that’s bad.
The rope-cutting fun continues with this time travel installment. Join Om Nom as he goes back in time to feed his ancestors with candy. There are two charming little monsters to feed in each level and six awesome locations/time periods, including the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, a pirate ship, ancient Egypt, ancient Greece and the Stone Age.
In each level, collect all three stars while getting as much candy as possible into the monsters’ mouths. Swipe across the screen to cut the swinging rope at the exact right time so that the monster gets their fill of sweet treats.
The game includes six level packs with 90 levels, Om Nom animation shorts, new superpowers, and twice as much candy.