Ok, so we might not be full of the joys of spring this week, but we have seen some cracking apps that we think you need to know about. So without further ado, here are our five favourite app reviews this week…
Spirit HD is cast from the same mould as old school arcade classics Asteroids and Space Invaders. Your task is simple, survive wave after wave of attack from hostile forces by strafing out of their way and sucking them into oblivion. There’s no epic plotline and scant reward for your achievements bar top placing on your personal scoreboard but why complicate a simple and intuitive treat?
When the world needs a hero, the world can bank on Barry Steakfries. Steakfries is the kind of beer-swilling, gun-toting, flame-throwing real man that all of us with a surfeit of testosterone would love to be. Even Barry has his limits, though – has he bitten off more than he can chew against a horde of time-travelling zombies?
Tower defence games are ten-a-penny these days but few of them look as good or play as well as Fieldrunners HD. Build up your defences to fight off advancing enemies with a variety of different weapons. The more enemies you kill, the more cash you amass, and the more sophisticated your defences can become.
Love cricket? Find it a chore to find a decent cricket game on Android? You’ll be pleased to hear of the mouthful that is Cricket T20 Fever 3D, then. A 3D cricket game that promises to deliver all the trills and spills of one-day and Twenty20 cricket.
Shooting fish in a barrel might be easy but it’s only a fraction as much fun as blowing them out of the water with dynamite. Such is the premise of the remarkably awesome Super Dynamite Fishing, which has had us firmly detached from our keyboards and glued to our ‘droids for the past week.