Let's be honest, there's very little chance Mario Party will ever be available to download from the App Store or Google Play. Hell will freeze over before Nintendo releases its popular mini-game-packed party favourite on mobile devices. Luckily, though, there are plenty of similar time-wasters on Apple and Google's digital stores to sink your teeth into, such as Codigames' King of Party, which pits you against other players from around the world.Your aim is to outmanoeuvre, outperform, and generally outclass your opponents across six increasingly difficult and unique mini-games that see you lift, balance, and skate your way to gaming supremacy.Mario Party isn't the only game to have influenced King of Party."King of Party is inspired by various games and mechanics. We've always liked the games that you can enjoy with friends and family, so we made King of Party for anyone who wants to enjoy it, regardless of the type of mobile device," Francisco Jose Martinez Gomez, Codigames' CEO, said.
- Blimpie Run is a new and pretty unique arcade runner for iOS and Android. There are lots of running titles on the App Store, you see, but only Kahala's Blimpie Run gives you the opportunity to win free delicious subs for a year from Blimpie - America's oldest and continually operating sandwich chain.In Blimpie Run, you take control of a young sub called Del E. Fresh, and take off across California, Arizona, and Georgia. Your aim is to pick up fresh sandwich ingredients, avoiding dangerous obstacles and hazards like crabs, scorpions, and skunks along the way.Each month, Blimpie will select one gamer at random from a large pool of the highest-scoring US-based Blimpie Run players, and award them with free sandwiches for 12 months. Tasty.Blimpie Run may have been inspired by the likes of Temple Run and Subway Surfers, but - unlike these classic endless-runners - it features multiple levels (with more to come in updates).