iOS Roundup: 31/10/14

A quiet day as many would predict but I’m intrigued by Away Team and the rest are also interesting so by no means a lost cause. Midnight Star sounds big but the release notes suggest it’s been out a while so I’m confused why the AppStore suggests it’s brand new. Either way, it’s got to be worth trying if you haven’t already!

Update: 00:00. Red Winter’s latest Lost Viking along with a few others.

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Vektor 1.0 Hits Appstore

I don’t normally make special posts for single games but I’m going to start making exceptions for big releases; in this case it’s the uber stylish Vektor 1.0 which only recently popped onto my radar. Well, it’s just hit the Appstore in New Zealand and is free to boot so there’s no excuse not to give it a download!

Click to the article to get the Appstore link. Apologies for requiring the extra click, but it lets me check how many people are interested in articles like these and therefore whether they’re worth doing again in the future.

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iOS Picks of the Week – Entry 2

I’ll admit I have a bad habit of squirreling away games I’m excited to play and will quite often never get round to playing them. These weekly summaries have meant I’ve played everything I’ve downloaded which has been great for me, so I guess I should thank you guys! It’s actually been a hefty task consolidating my favourites this week, I was surprised looking back how many enjoyable games launched.

The following games are picks from the week’s releases that I have enjoyed enough to recommend trying out; it’s not a comprehensive list and by no means suggests that missing titles aren’t worth playing either. If there’s something you’ve loved and I’ve not mentioned it then leave a comment. In no particular order, here are the games from the week starting on the 20th of October that I’ve enjoyed the most.

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