Mobile Monday №222


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Mobile Monday

JohnBNobody wants to wait for games. We want them playable, we want them entertaining, we want them perfect, and we want them now. That's why we decided to collect games on this edition of Mobile Monday that are either currently available to play or juuuust about to be. Because waiting is for chumps!

colorzen-p.gifColor me zenned - Color Zen is an upcoming puzzle concept from Large Animal that is best explained by watching this quick gameplay video. Put to words, all that happens is you slide things around the screen. When like colors touch, they blend and expand, peeling away layers so you can keep matching things to clear the screen. Simple, soothing, and quite attractive if we do say so ourselves. Color Zen is due later this week on both iOS and Android, and you can bet we're going to celebrate with a little article of our own!

madamefate-p.gifMadame Fate hits iOS - If you sat a bunch of hidden object game fans down and wouldn't let them leave until they picked a BEST HIDDEN OBJECT GAME EVAR, Madame Fate could very well be their choice. BigFishGames has just released the epic Mystery Case Files: Madame Fate HD for iPad 2 and above along with a standard iPhone version, bringing the aged but still fantastic hybrid adventure game to the mobile world at long last. Even better, it's a free download with the full game unlockable for $4.99. Not too bad, we say!

snoopy-p.gifFree App of the Week: Snoopy Coaster - Each week on the iTunes App Store, Apple drops a single release down to the tasty price of "free". This week, that freebie is Snoopy Coaster. Snoopy = awesome. Roller coasters = awesome. It doesn't take a mathematologist to figure out that combining the two is awesomeawesome. Chillingo's charming arcade game takes the endless "runner" to Charlie Brown's corner of the universe, complete with plenty of action and loads of unlockables. Also: aaugh!

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BFG re-released Madame Fate because they have an upcoming sequel to it that doesn't surround itself with a Blair Witch live action game style, which is a good thing. Back to basics. Like solving doors, etc. The beta was a delight.

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