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A new Double Fine game is always cause for gaming, but throw in a genre blending puzzle game, a side-scrolling shooter, and a rerelease of a stellar 3DS title, and you have your hands full.
Middle Manager of JusticeDeveloper: Double FinePlatform: iOSPrice: Free-To-PlayThis Double Fine free-to-play title released accidentally on
the App Store back in September, but now it’s out for real. You play the role of the titular
manager in charge of training superheroes, upgrading their equipment,
customizing your facilities, and battling crime. Should you want to advance
faster, you can buy “superium,” a substance that essentially speeds up certain
processes and advances mechanics to your advantage.Theatrhythm Final FantasyDeveloper: Square EnixPlatform: iOSPrice: Free with two songs, $0.99 for additional songs
A shining example of fan service, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy
released on the Nintendo3DS this year, allowing fans of the franchise to hear
their favorite music and upgrade their favorite characters in a well-tuned
rhythm game. Well, Theatrhythm has come to mobile devices now, so you can do
all of that again. The game is free to download with two songs, but any further
tack is $0.99, which could be an issue if you really want to dig into the game.
CrossMeDeveloper: Mobile DynamixPlatform: iOS, AndroidPrice: Free, Premium - $4.95 A game requiring logic, Crossme combines Sudoku with
crossword puzzles. You’re tasked with unlocking pictures in a series of grids,
using number indicators that tell you how many squares need to be filled in
each row. Like any good puzzle game, the grids will become increasingly
difficult as time goes by. The normal edition is free, but the premium edition
contains an unlimited number of random crosswords.
Alpha ZeroDeveloper: Funkoi GamesPlatform: iOSPrice: $1.99Functioning like a 2.5D shoot ‘em up, Alpha Zero is a
fast-paced space action game that tasks you with fighting a variety of enemies,
as well as avoiding asteroids and capital ships. Eight missions play host to 35
different enemies, while 15 ship skins and upgrades further support the replay
value of Funkoi Games’ first mobile title.
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Ill probably buy my wife FF. She's all into that.
Keep up the creative names! :)
Sounds good to me.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy woohoo!
Alpha zero looks cool.
I guess I'll start using my Iphone for more then just texting again