This week was a big one for mobile game releases, with 2K releasing a companion game for its upcoming console title, Evolve, and Uken Studios releasing a twist on the traditional card battle genre with its game, Titans. Here?s a look at some of the other new mobile games, which hit app stores this week.
Radiation Island ($2.99 on iOS) – In this open-world survival adventure from Atypical Games, players find themselves stranded in an alternate reality, challenged with collecting anything they can to survive. Players will solve the island?s puzzles, and can explore seemingly abandoned villages and old military compounds while fighting off zombies and other enemies. Players can hunt or gather fruit to prevent starvation, will craft weapons and tools, and even have access to basic vehicles for easier transportation around the island. The download price of $2.99 is in celebration of the game?s launch, but this will increase to $4.99 at some point in the future.
Epic Racers ($1.99 on iOS) – This underwater racing game from Ukranian developer, Playfo, gives players an upgradeable submarine, and challenges them to win races against 25 AI-controlled opponents. As players complete races, they?ll earn gold used to upgrade their submarine with better armor, greater speed and more. Players receive additional free gold by completing in-game achievements and daily quests.
Jolly Join (Free on iOS) – Imperia Online?s level-based puzzle title is similar to games like Dots or Flow Free, as players are challenged with connecting alien creatures of the same color by drawing lines between them. Players can only create lines with up-to three straight segments and two turns, and additional challenge comes from level timers or move limits on some stages.
Exit Strategy (Free on iOS) – This puzzle title from Chillingo challenges players to help an orb reach each level?s exit using portals. Players swipe on a cube to create an entry portal, and swipe again to create...