Here are 10 new games hitting app stores this week that stood out to us as the most worth trying.
1.Really Bad Chess by Zach Gage
Everyone might be thinking is this game really a Bad chess will set yourself up for a fall. What is should have been called is really wrong chess, that pretty much excatly what this is. It’s still chess, but you’re given a random set of pieces each game, game is a random mix of pieces. And a clever rotation of a classic game that everyone is, to at least some degree, familiar with. You’ll be given three queens nd 10 Knights, or a tea made entirely of pawns. That can happen You play the game against AI, climbing the ranks and getting tougher boards as you improve. Its more like chess put in a box, upset around, and then stuck on the floor for some kids to kick around.
You can experience beauty of Really Bad chess by everything following a set of standard chess rule. Every piece has the same movement it’s always had:Bishops can move diagonally across the board, Queens like Bishops or Rooks, Knights in an L-shape. And goal is still you have to capture your foe’s king through checkmate, by forcing him into a position where he cannot move without being in check. However strength of the figures in Really Bad Chess is really based on one’s skill so if the player loses automatically rank will drop and but his characters after each lost game better
The strength of the figures is based on the skill: If a player loses, drops his rank, but his characters after each lost game.If you’re a crappy chess player, you’ll be a crappy Really Bad Chess player
2 Shuffle Cats By King
Shuffle Cats developed by King which represents departure for King, the studio is well-Known for Candy Crash Saga and other intensely popular match three puzzlers. I’ve been craving for a good game of rummy for a while now, and that’s exactly what King’s latest release brings out. We’ve been playing this today, fans of classic card games around the world can join in the fun. This time around, Developer King is moving into the growing genre of occuring same time multiplayer mobile games. It’s set on the rooftops of Victorian London, attribute a cast of zany cats, and plays like a more casual version of the card game Rummy.
King’s games have been primarly casual thus far, while Shuffle Cats is pretty easy to pick up and play, which gives great competitive experience. Each game is played in real-time multiplayer, costs a sizeable sum of gems to play and you will not lose anything
3.Twisty Board (By GalacticThumb)
Twisty Board developed by Galactic Thumb I can say everything in one sentense It’s simple and fun. A high score game chaser in which you as a hover rider, escape from obstacles like missiles across five different levels, by unlocking various characters and use power-ups and collecting various keys as you go. Twisty Board is fun and bubbly at exactly the same time. I wasn’t expecting it tob e quite as hard as it is, but it’s half the fun. The meat is in dodging the misssiles while avoiding objects. Game gives great feeling when you pull off some great moves and manage to avoid and destroy some missiles by the skin of your teeth
Its really a simple but tricky game and worth spending your time just once you’ve found your flow it gets really great.
.4.Dustoff Heli Rescue 2by Invictus
Game Dustoff Heli Rescue 2 Developed by Invictus a helicopter pilot drives in various war zone where 30 missions awaits you and necessary to perform various tasks. This ranges from rescue operation to save soldiers from hostile areas, and from transport vehicles to construction missions and combat missions where you must eliminate enemy troops via auto-fire. Your fellow soldiers are in the hands of the enemy or stranded behind enemy lines, and you are their only last hope of being rescued. With the aid of helicopter you’ll have to find them and evacuate to a nearby friendly base, back into safety. And stole supplies and vehicles have to be taken back.
Dustoff Heli Rescue 2 offers you more challenges, more choppers, more weapons and tons of fun and action.
5.Moveless Chess by Nicolas Saraintaris
Genre:Puzzle Developer:Nicolas Saraintaris
Moveless Chess is described exactly like the game title. It’s a clever and unusual chess puzzle game with more of chessboard challenges, where you don’t move pieces but rather transform individual pieces into other pieces, game makes attempts to checkmate the AI. And allows you have only finite amount of action points per puzzle, and each transformation costs a certain amount of points.
The game will features 64 challenges and other secreats in retro-style, letting tactically transform your pieces to trap and capture AI pieces. The AI plays by the proper rules.
6. InvisibleBy Klei Entertainment
Genre:Action Developer:Klei Entertainment
The game Invisible already made its name in PC now consoled into the small screen, a roughlike elements which is really worth to play on weekends. It’s a tactical, turn-based stealth espionage game where I am the eyes of God, Looking down on the isomeric, randomly generated playing field. And there’s infinite time to plot out my spies’ every move and observe the guards’ reactions before completing the mission. It allows player to race against the clock to raise a counter-offensive oppose a rival spy organisation that’s threatening to wipe you out.
It’s a dramatic and tense game, with a gradually increasing challenges and permadeath enforced to prevent players from trying to storm in and shoot the place up.