retro cute is this! In GoatUp you’re a little pixel-goat trying to “raise a family” by eating lots of grass and kissing the billy goat. While doing that you should keep jumping and be careful not to fall of the screen. Also: be wary of various enemies! It’s fun, not as easy as it sounds and definitely worth the 2 bucks if you are into retro graphics and tacky sound effects.
Tilt-control on the iPhone at its best. Chopper 2 is easy and fun and offers good game play. You have an array of weapons to take care of different enemies. Plus you should keep an eye on your speed, altitude and any rockets, bullets or even birds you might fly into. The fun is yours for $2.99 or €2,39. If you like this, check out AirAttack too.
A nice remake of the classic Space Invaders game from 1978. Safe 12 different countries from the invasion. Price: $0,99 or €0,79
Help this cute little racer to gain speed and perform stunts by drawing him the perfect slope. Touch the screen to paint hills, bumps and ramps in the hunt for the top high score. Easy, addictive fun for in between at 2.99 dollars.
Being the master of this harbor is a simple yet fun and addictive job: Just direct the ships with a swipe to the corresponding dock to unload them and send them back to sea. Great time killer on the iPad for two people playing together. It’ll cost you $1.99 or €1,59
Get ready to search for natural resources with I Dig it. The app features sweet graphics, lots of upgrade options to your drill and you have to keep an eye on things like operating temperature and fuel level. If you run out of fuel you’re doomed deep down there. And the deeper you get, the more valuable treasure you will find! (99 cents)
Get that FLAK ready to shoot down helicopters and paratroopers! You have sustained fire, smart missiles and an atomic blast to get the job done. Don’t let those paratroopers reach the floor! The retro style defense action is yours for a buck.
Special Halloween edition of the super successful App Store game Angry Birds. Spooky sounds and cute graphics make this a great app for this time of the year. Game play is the same as the original, but they integrated support for Apple’s Game Center. 79 Cents.
Cute graphics and easy game play make this a great children’s app. Thanks to different sound effects (for example when flipping pages) this book feels almost real – with actual pop ups. You have to flip the objects on the right side to mirror the ones on the left in a limited amount of time. It’s for both iPhone and iPad ($0.99).
Decent graphics, fun sounds and easy game play make Soccer Wall quite enjoyable. The goal is to hit the holes in the soccer wall but in a certain order. You can win trophies (which go into your personal locker) and advance to the next location (there are a total of 4). The football fun is all yours for 99 cents.
This little vertical scrolling shooter wins the player over by its easy and responsive tilt control. The 3d graphics are enjoyable too and you have several options to upgrade your weapons. If only AirAttack had more missions! All this fun for one us-dollar or 0,79 euro-cents.
Retro racing game with an emphasis on car sliding action. LilRacerz Pro packs a turbo boost in the game play and there are coins you can collect to upgrade your car. Lots of fun for as little as 99 US-cents or €0,79
Guide the “thing” through 19 levels and and master lots of changing obstacles, traps and enemies. The labyrinth is based on six different environments where you collect bonuses on the way. The developers have paid attention to graphics and music and the tilt control on the iPhone is just great. Dark Nebula Episode Two costs you 99 cents.
An iPhone and iPad game with a fairly unique concept. It is all about floating, beautiful visuals and a relaxing soundtrack. Almost like meditating The goal is to grow the biggest cell by absorbing others. But watch out for cells bigger than you and other things. Price: US$ 2.99
Not a bad attempt to bring some Star Wars action to the iPhone. The battle for Hoth is a simple tower defence game. It comes with the original sound effects and music from the movies (that’s kind of cool!) Plus you get some video clips in-between. Buy it for $2.99 or €2,39.
The game play of Helsing’s Fire is based on shadow and light. So the main weapon to deal with enemies is a torch. Placing the torch well and using a combination of toxic cocktails will do the trick. The player is taking side of a professor and his assistant to deal with rats, vampires and monsters send by Dracula. Simple but fun game with cartoonish elements. $0.99 or €0,79
Pretty cool Multiplayer-Ego-Shooter for the iPhone. 5vs5 online. The price for some retro-fps fun is $2.99 or €2,39
In “Driver” gameloft managed to bring the look and feel of the original console classic to your Apple touch device. Get the missions done, while listening to one of three radio channels – 70s style.