Everyone loves getting games for free, especially legal games, which is a good reason to continue these articles that kick off the weekend right. Below is a listof free games on iOS, how long the sales are for is unknown so grab those you are interested in ASAP.
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The Lord of the Rings franchise is popular to say the least, and now it has been partnered with the Lega brand. Just hitting the iOS platform, Lego Lord of the Rings does what TT Games have done with previous titles, created an interesting licensed game.
In an earlier news announcement it was mentioned that 2D side scrolling action platforming games were quite rare, um, here is another. While two in one day is rare, the genre as a whole is rarer these days, especially on iOS and Android where developers have a severe “3DO-osity effect” going on- they aren’t making […]
Platform games are hard to create, at least good ones, that is probably why here lately, gamers have not had a lot to choose from. Most publishers/developers are find with creating endless running affairs that are simply cash runs thanks to the In App Purchase models chosen. That is why Lunata Rescue looks so appealing, […]
Hidden object titles are quite popular on the iPad, as everyone knows a 10 inch tablet that is very much suited for these games. Love and Dragons is developed by Game Insight, known for their previous titles, Mystery Manor and Mirrors of Albion.
Retro styled games in the mobile world are a dime a dozen, or more, but the interesting ones are rarer. Wizardous: An Apprentice’s Betrayal may be entering a crowded market, it appears to be interesting at least, something many other titles in this genre fail to accomplish. Graphically, reminiscent of Salomon’s Key on the Nintendo […]
Retro styled action adventure titles are all the rage with developers lately, and we don’t see anything wrong with that honestly. As long as they are good titles, bring them on. Darkness is one of the latest pixelated adventures to hit the iOS and Google Play stores, originally a Commodore 64 title to be released […]
It is an understatement to say that Angry Birds is a hit but there is one area that those little feathery creatures have not traversed 3D. While there are a few 3D physics based destruction games, they have mostly been rather basic in the graphics department.
He-Man, the 80′s cartoon that was originally supposed to be an animated Conan show but was changed towards the end of the creation process. While this license has seen some games in the early 80′s on systems such as the Atari and Intellivision, it didn’t reappear till the Game Boy Advance overhead action game based […]
It is no secret that I am a fan of 2.5D gaming, have been since I first saw the Sega Saturn in action at a local Electronics Boutique running Clockwork Knight. It saddened me to watch the 32-bit and subsequent generations go by with very very precious few releases in this style. It seemed so […]
While I am a fan of titles like Plants vs Zombies 1 and 2 and Pixel Kingdom, I am not a fan of traditional tower defense games. I prefer the aforementioned titles, even though they are not that different, which are known as “lane defense”. That is why it is with good reason that I […]
We never reviewed the original Plants vs Zombies here at Gaming on Batteries for several reasons, the main one being we figured the last thing people wanted to read was yet more words on Popcap’s little line defense title (that is like writing ANOTHER review of Super Mario Bros 3). That is why I am […]
Tower Defense games are usually dark, not that graphically appealing and some seem to go out of their way to be weird. Storm of Magic by Shamrock Games has taken a different approach. Sure, there are routes the enemy takes and you place defenses in certain areas but look at the graphics.