Like last week, there probably won’t be a lot of developers looking to release big new iPhone or iPad games this week. That’s what the combined power of E3 and WWDC bring you: companies a little preoccupied to hit the ‘launch’ button on the App Store.
Having said that…
Looking for a pretty new game with some hack’n’slash goodness? The latest release from Kiloo offer an open-world RPG approach, and mixes it with Infinity Blade style combat. Even better, you don’t have to wait for tonight. Dawnbringer launched early and is available on the App Store and Google Play now.
1979 Revolution: Black Friday
After receiving critical acclaim in its PC release earlier this year, this politically charged historical gaming account of the Iranian revolution will be coming to the App Store tonight. Players step into the shoes of a photojournalist in, as the official description call is, a “choice driven, narrative game that brings players into the brooding world of a nation on the verge of collapse.”
From the creator of the 2015 puzzle game hocus comes a new experience about lining up shapes to form specific patterns. Like any good puzzle game though, it’s not anywhere near as easy as it sounds. If you’re good a spatial puzzlers, you’ll want to take a look at this one.
Ravenous Games — the studio behind everything from Random Heroes to Devious Dungeon — has a new game on the App Store right now that embraces a whole new style for the studio. A different look and genre is a bold move for the company, but don’t worry — this one still looks like it will have plenty of action.