Mobile Monday N°257
Glorkian Warrior gets update with new controls - Look! Glorkian Warrior got an update! The crazy-creative arcade shooter from PixelJam has added support for Italian, German, French and Spanish along with new Game Center Achievements. The biggest new feature, though, is tilt controls. Instead of virtual buttons or swiping, it's all about holding your iOS device and tipping it around like a plate of wobbly flan. You wouldn't think it would work well with a game like this, but you might be surprised once you give it a go. Apart from that, it's the same glorkey goodness you'd expect from the developers of DinoRun. Check out our Glorkian Warrior: Trials of Glork review for more info.
Dungelot 2 returns to iOS - First, it's released. Then, it's pulled. Now, it's released again! Dungelot 2 has returned to the iTunes App Store with a wheelbarrow full of gameplay changes and artwork switch-ups in tow. It tones down some of our original complaints with the set-up, but it still doesn't quite match the simple perfection of the original Dungelot. Floor after floor, you'll uncover tiles that hide treasure, nasty enemies, spells and surprises. Think of it like an advent calendar with a few more complexities thrown in for good measure. Check out our Dungelot 2 review for more info.
Drawn to Life scribbles from DS to iOS - If you owned a Nintendo DS back in 2007, you probably jumped at the chance to buy Drawn to Life. The curious platform game gave you the wonderful ability to actually draw the main character, vehicles, items, weapons, etc., then watch while they're animated and brought to life. Few could resist the temptation to make a rocketship shaped like a baked ham. Drawn to Life has worked its way to iOS devices with only a few changes, so if you missed it the first time around, grab it and get to drawing!