Publisher: State of Play Games Price: $4.99 (£2.99) Description: A Short Point-and-Click Adventure App Store Link Info Rating Pros: Fantastic art style, pulls off the vibrant world perfectly. Cons: Figuring out puzzles can be ridiculously hard, very, very short, can only play in a small screen. Review Lume is fantastic, let’s get that out there first.
Publisher: ZeptoLab Price: $4.99 (£2.99) Description: Cut the Rope Arrives on Mac App Store Link Info Rating Pros: Excellent port with upscaled visuals, sound and animations, many, many levels. Cons: Trackpad controls can be a little clunky in some levels, loss of interaction through lack of touchscreen. Review Cut the Rope has earned its place as one
The update for Civilisation V: Campaign Edition on the Mac App Store has been giving gamers some grief recently. Downloading the latest version (1.0.3) will cause the game to become unplayable to all those running Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion). The cause of the problem seems to be rooted within the Mac App Store itself,
Publisher: Kumobius Price: $4.99 (£2.99) Description: A Vibrant Bouncing 16bit Platformer App Store Link Info Rating Pros: Wacky graphics, creative level mechanics, overall enjoyable, added challenges add replayability. Cons: Easy to blast through the levels, graphical style can seem a little too disconnected. Review Emilio has been cursed, transformed into bean and his girlfriend has been kidnapped!
Publisher: Majestic Software Price: $0.99 (£0.59) Description: A Cute Endless Runner App Store Link Info Rating Pros: Brilliantly innocent soundtrack, fell-good atmosphere, unlocks. Cons: Grind-like upgrades don’t fit well on the Mac, no incentives for distance. Review Playing Blot for the first time is like watching ‘Otters holding hands’ on YouTube. It has that uncanny ability to
Aspyr are continuing to increase their presence on the Mac App Store with Company of Heroes: Campaign Edition, a WWII real-time strategy game. Whilst the original game was released back in 2006, the Company of Heroes on the Mac App Store will also include the campaigns of the game’s two expansions packs; Opposing Fronts (2007)
BombSquad is one of my favourite games on the Mac App Store, but is limited in execution. Named our multiplayer game of 2011, this $2.99/£1.99 arena-style game is an absolute blast to play with friends. Featuring a whole host of varied levels and crazy game types, you control one lurching avatar as he or she
Publisher: Spaces of Play Price: $7.99 (£5.49) Description: A Great Puzzler Inspired by Lemmings App Store Link Info Rating Pros: Nice graphics, solid simple gameplay. Cons: Difficulty a bit uneven, short. Review A long long time ago, in adecade far, far away I owned an Amiga. I loved my Amiga, mostly due to the massive collection games
Today Apple announced a new revision of their Mac OS X software arriving this summer. Apple are going along with their wildcat theme with 2012′s revision being named Mountain Lion. What’s going to happen when the company run out of wildcat names (Cougar and Lynx are the only two I can conjure off the top
Publisher: Gamelion Studios Price: $3.99 (£2.99) Description: A Simple Block-Fitting Puzzle Game App Store Link Info Rating Pros: Fantastically styled, great sound track. Cons: Lost possibilities of porting to Mac resulting in a small, limited App port, wonky difficulty curve. Review Doodle Fit is a great little puzzle game with a unique concept and good execution. However,