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Mobile Monday

JohnBHello, and welcome to Monday! How was your weekend? The usual? Yeah, we know that feel, bro/sis. How about a little mobile news to take your mind off the fact that it isn't the weekend anymore? Escape games? Running games? Yes? Yes!

nightmare-p.gifTake a nightmareish run on iOS and Android - In the mood to run from your most feared nightmares? Sure you are! Clockwork Monster's jump and run browser game Nightmare Runner is now available on Android and iOS platforms, porting its level-based upgrade system, power-ups, and plentiful amounts of shooting along with, you know, the tentacles and stuff. The game was retooled to work well on touch screen devices, and to anyone who owns a tablet, you'll be happy to hear the game was made with you in mind! Oh, and p.s. it's free!

clumsycat.gifClumsy Cat now less clumsy - Not so very long ago, we spent some time with Dingo Games' latest mobile release, Clumsy Cat. This lovely little game lets you control a cat that spends its entire day knocking stuff over in the house, from potted plants to TV screens, cars, and that hidden treasure chest in the attic. We had one small misgiving about the release, the controls, but since Dingo Games rocks, an update has just been released addressing the issue! Now, in addition to swipe controls, you can opt for on-screen buttons, lending more precision to your spree of destruction.

endlessescape-p.gifEndless Escape a little closer to being endless - You weren't done escaping, were you? Glad to hear it, because Mobest Media's room-by-room escape game Endless Escape has had a little update, one that adds a dozen brand new stages to work through. Expect more of the usual box-outside-thinking puzzles that challenge you to use your mobile device in unusual ways in order to get the key that leads to freedom!

Got some delicious info on an upcoming mobile release, current event, or other tasty news tidbit? We want to know! Send an e-mail with "Mobile Monday" in the subject line to johnb AT casualgameplay DOT com. We'll sift through the submissions and feature our favorites on a Mobile Monday article! Keen!

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