Friday, December 5, 2014

Weekend Mobile Gaming

Weekend Mobile Gaming Google Play iTunes Developer: Flaregames GmbH Size: 33MB / 92.2 MB Version: 1.5.0 ... thumbnail 1 summary
Weekend Mobile Gaming

Developer: Flaregames GmbH
Size: 33MB / 92.2 MB
Version: 1.5.0
Required Android: 4.0 or Later
Required iOS: 6.0 or Later
App Store Rating: 4.4

This game! This game has definitely been on my top favorites since I started doing these game reviews. Your objective is basically to defend your kingdom's gold/trophies. Yeah there have been multiple games that have set up the game in this style, but I like the style of battles. The game is similar to Base Buster (where when playing as the attacker you go through basically a maze to reach your target/HQ, one big difference is that you get to customize your maze. With  Base Buster it was a predetermined setting giving you two choices to go choose from. You can build: spiked floors, cannon towers, archer towers, towers that pour ice/lava on the enemy and you can try to slow them down with barricade walls. I love games that give you the control to move where you want and attack what you want instead of automated single target type of attacking. This is a game I plan on keeping on my phone for a while, I check it every day to make sure I get at least top 3 of the daily league scores in order to get more rubies for cool/powerful equipment. I would give this game 5 / 5, really great fun game. I'm hooked!

Family Guy (free)

Size: 49.08 MB / 91.0 MB
Version: 1.4.5
Required Android: 2.3.3 or Later
Required iOS: 5.0 or Later

App Store Rating: 4.1

This game... on the other hand was not as exciting as I had hoped. This game is very similar to The Simpsons: Tapped Out. Your objective in this Family Guy game is to unlock./rebuild the remains Quahog after a devastating battle between Peter and Ernie the giant chicken. As you unlock new areas you will also unlock new characters and tasks to complete. After playing for 14+ levels on the Simpsons tapped out, I must admit I did not get that far on this particular game. The quest you do for particular characters may also depend on having other characters / buildings unlocked in order to pass them. I would give this game overall 4.0 / 5 stars. Maybe if I didn't waste so much time on the previous game I could have gotten farther on this game. Not bad, just not hooked to the playing style.

Asphalt Overdrive



Size: 26MB / 278 MB / 94 MB
Version: 1.1.0m / 1.1.0 /
Required Android: 4.0 or Later
Required iOS: 6.0 or Later
Required Windows Phone: 8.0 or Later
App Store Rating: 3.8

This one is going to be a little short. Indeed this was a fun game to play, you have your device held vertically (instead of horizontally like most games) and there are different types of gaming you can choose from. My favorite is trying to get away from the coppers. You have a certain amount of money you start with for the vehicle of your choice. You'll earn money while trying to complete your objective as we as be rewarded for completing said objectives. I am terrible at trying to knock out a bunch of vehicles / rake up points while trying to beat the clock so playing was kind of put on hold. I did pick it up again about 2 days later and was able to complete them a little more easier. I've almost got my Mustang maxed out, but I don't think I'll continue playing this game. I'd give this 3.5 / 5, it was an okay game but got boring fast.