The principle behind ‘Monster Trouble’ is to defend the homes and work places of the villagers by supplying turrets and men. You’re a free-lance mercenary and those monsters had better look out.
You start with a single building which you have to defend. As the men in the turrets kill the marauding monsters, you collect coins to enable you to buy more turrets and defenders.
Arrows show the direction of the in-coming hoards and as the monsters approach, your men begin to defend themselves. However, it soon becomes clear that unless you place your turrets in the optimum position, your men will die. Continue reading
Kickstarter comes with a cool gadgets for your iPhone or iPad.
A remote controlled helicopter wich you can control with your favourite Apple phone or iPad! After installing the app on your device you can choose to use the virtual 3D controls on screen or just use the built-on gyroscoop. An entertaining and cool way to spend those boring hours u used to have, waiting for a bus or train or Continue reading
Review: The 6th Planet – iPhone/iPad
Graphics – Nice looking although a little basic but the Comic book looks great.
Sounds – Music is soothing, sound effects good enough but a little plain.
Gameplay – The Gameplay is fun and can get challenging but could get a little repetitive at times.To short.
What has an ape, space ships and comics got in common? No, it’s not Planet of the Apes,It’s:
The 6th Planet.
The 6th Planet is a fun Lunar landing game with more than just landing your ship on offer.
The main game play is taken from basic Lunar landing formats but with extra tweaks like piloting through check points or the “Dark side of the Moon” missions where you have to pilot your ship through near darkness and cramp places. Add to this meteors, gas pockets, lava and other nasty tricks, you have to be on your toes or your ship will be destroyed.
But that is not all that 6th Planet has to offer. There is also a full story in the form of a Comic book that is not only drawn brilliantly but has a great story too. The game and comic run consecutively and keeps the game feeling fresh. I have to point out that sometimes when the comic story heats up and you get yanked back into the game play, it can be rather frustrating and vice versa especially if you are in full flow in the game and want to carry on playing, but this is only a small problem and does tend to keep you wanting to play to go back to the mode you want to be in .
The controls are simple and perfect for the game – with just press left and right for side thrusters and both sides for under/lift thrusters.
So is 6th Planet worth purchasing? I would say yes and yes again, especially as it is Free at present - so go get it and have fun.
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