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From a special, cinematic twist on a mobile favorite to sinking the 8-ball in a corner pocket, this week’s mobile games deliver a thrilling mobile gaming experience.
Temple Run: Oz
Platforms: iOS, Android
Disney decided to put a new spin on the classic Temple Run by shrouding the game in an Oz theme. Levels contain familiar settings of the classic children’s story following the Yellow Brick Road.
Developer: Rusty Moyher
Angle Isle’s gameplay is simple. Collect the red diamonds and make it across the level safely. As a bird you’re making your way across land, when out of nowhere a shark jumps up and tries to swallow you. The further you progress through the level the more and more difficult it becomes to avoid the shark.
Danmaku Unlimited 2 – Bullet Hell Shmup
Developer: Sunny Tam
Reminiscent of a game like Beat Hazard with its flashy weaponry and explosive, almost psychedelic effects, Danmaku Unlimited 2 is Space Invaders times 100. Blow up the incoming spaceships and bump up your high score.
Developer: James Gamble
SpikeDislike 2 takes counting sheep to the next level. Control the items (whether it’s a sheep, cat or something else) in order to clear the obstacles. Unlike the first Spike Dislike, the second installment has the elements of the level matching the overall theme to create a new gameplay experience every level. For example, you control a sheep to clear fences.
This app pits you against other live players in a game of 8-ball. The game allows you to line up your shots with trajectory markers since there is a virtual disadvantage. It’s a simple game for those who aren’t too familiar with the game of 8-ball.