If you’ve remembered a few days back I did post an article on this game. It is called Mezopuzzle and like its name suggests, it is a puzzle game for the iPhone/iTouch. Mezopuzzle bases itself purely on shifting block puzzles and the theme it has is the maya mythology. There is a minor storyline behind the game and it basically unfolds itself as you pass each level. Completion of levels gives you an opportunity to learn more about the maya mythology as well as giving you new harder challenges as the difficulty of puzzles increases. Continue reading
Mezopuzzle is an original sliding blocks game providing polished mechanics and a fresh view on game story. The Plot is grounded on real ancient Maya mythology.
Maya mythology is part of Mesoamerican mythology and comprises all those Mayan tales in which personified forces of nature, deities, and the heroes interacting with these play the main roles. Other parts of Maya oral tradition (such as animal tales and many moralising stories) do not properly belong to the domain of mythology.
In this game as a researcher of ancient Mezoamerican culture gamer is offered to find the truth about three mysterious drawings on the wall. Continue reading
Minigore is a survival shooter for the iPhone/iPod. You play as John Gore, armed with a pistol with the luck of getting a shotgun later on, you fight off furries as you try to stay alive as long as possible. Furries that are present in the game, come in 4 different shapes and sizes. A mini basic one, the fire furry (alliteration to emphasize the coolness of the monster), a big furry and lastly the biggest furry. Each have their own abilities and skills for example the fire furry runs as fast as how forest fire spreads, the big furry produces mini furries when shot and lastly the biggest furry produces big furry when shot. That is the basic outline of the game. Continue reading
Real Tennis 2009 is a tennis simulation game for the Itouch and the Iphone. It features 8 different characters to choose from, different courts with different surfaces to play matches, wi-fi multiplayer challenge and a rather deep gameplay mechanic (as compared with other games in the same platform). I will first start off by saying that the game does not feature any real life player for they do not own any of the licences to do so. Thus, we have players with names such as Tanerer, Niki, Hyde etc. Some of them however do have a little bit of resemblance of real life tennis superstars (does not matter much anyways). There are basically two main game modes (excluding the wi-fi), the instant play and the championship mode. Continue reading