While I cannot speak from personal experience for every game on this list, I would definitely pick up Twin Blades HD and Pix’n Love Rush DX if I didn’t already own them. I loved Twin Blades when I reviewed it on the iPhone, and Pix’n Love Rush is a retro-licious good time. BulkyPix is generally known for producing quality titles, so iPad owners and would-be owners should definitely take advantage of this sale event while they can. These titles do not often go on sale.
It’s been a long time since we’ve done a promo code giveaway, and we’re definitely excited to give away three codes for the newly released Cardboard Castle HD. If you’re interested in receiving a code, all you have to do is reply to this post either within the comments or on Twitter (@reply the link).
I’ll be choosing a random winner from whoever commented or replied, and the contest will be over on Tuesday, February 22nd. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us via Twitter or email, which can be found on the About page.
May the luckiest man/woman win! Oh, and codes are redeemable on US iTunes account only.
The sequel to the original Hysteria Project has been released for the iPhone and iPad. If your not familiar with the series, the games take the unique turn of being more video based with you making decisions rather than frantic action gameplay. I think, for some, this may be a welcome break from other horror games on the app store that have you fully controlling the character. BulkyPix, the publisher of Hysteria Project 2, promises from the app description that this sequel continues where the original left off. The game starts with you waking up on a hospital bed and making a discovery of an unfamiliar tattoo on your arm.
Yslandia may be a game that you’ve never heard of, but fear no longer, I come to bring tidings and good news. Yslandia will be available in the US App Store by October 1st, around a month after we saw the release on the Canadian App Store.
The game features over 400 types of items, 9 different races divided among 18 classes, 3 lands full of quests and PvPs, around 200 quests, and much, much more. Yslandia features a high color cartoon design, and from the video, it looks to be quite similar to that of Defender Chronicles.
On top of all the MMO features, Yslandia will feature OpenFeint achievements, along with the ability to fight with people in random dungeons.
October 1st, please arrive soon.
We’ll have our review up soon after the release, and hope to see you on the playing field. But before that, feast your eyes upon this short gameplay video.