Are you looking for a new mobile game to play this weekend? There are lots of new options available for you to try, including Disney Princess: Charmed Adventures from Disney. The app allows users to play a variety of mini-games with Rapunzel, Ariel, Belle and Tiana.
If you’re looking for something different to play, here’s a look at some of the additional mobile games that were released this week.
Primordia ($4.99 on iOS) – This point-and-click adventure game from Wadjet Eye Games and Wormwood Studios takes players to a world inhabited only by robots. The game follows a robot named Horatio and his friend Crispin, who must travel to the city of Metropol to recover a stolen power core so they can repair their airship. Along the way, the pair will discover things that will change “their understanding of the world and their place in it, for better or worse.”
Love & Hip Hop: The Game (Free on iOS, Android) – This lifestyle simulation game from VH1, 345 Games, Monami Entertainment and Behaviour Interactive is based on reality TV show Love & Hip Hop, and it allows users to take on the role of an aspiring artist in New York. Users will be able to complete quests and timed missions as they work to become a celebrity. Over time, users will be able to purchase new clothing and accessories for their avatars, go on dates and more.
o:anquan (Free on iOS) – This number puzzle game from Pine Entertainment asks users to draw lines extending away from number tiles to “spread” each number into the surrounding empty tiles. For instance, a user can drag their finger away from a “six” tile to fill the original tile and five additional tiles with the number “one.” Users can also drag their finger away from the “six” tile to fill just the starting tile with a “one” and the second tile with a “five,” and so on. When two or more touching tiles contain the same number, the matching tiles are cleared and players receive points. Additional numbers are added to the board after every move, and games end when players run out of moves.
Wheel of Fortune Free Play (Free on iOS, Android) – This level-based word game from Scopely and Sony Pictures Television is based on television show Wheel of Fortune. In each level, users will compete against two opponents in an attempt to be the first to solve a puzzle. While the TV show allows the same player to continue spinning so long as they guess letters correctly, here, users can only take a single spin per turn. As users complete levels, they can earn collectibles and other prizes. In addition, the game includes events and a head-to-head multiplayer mode.
Where’s Monsieur Pug? (Free on iOS, Android) – This geolocation and augmented reality game from Frima Studio and the National Film Board of Canada is based on animated short Monsieur Pug from 2014. The game allows users to find pugs in the world around them, with pugs appearing on an in-game map representing the real-world. When a pug appears nearby, users can take a picture of the pug in augmented reality. Users can place their own double agent pugs in locations around them, and users can also find pugs hidden by other players. Over time, gamers can equip their pugs with accessory items.
Bbble (Free on iOS) – This trivia game from 1-800-N0th1ng allows users to answer video trivia questions that have been created by other players. Users can play solo games, or they can play against their Facebook friends or random opponents in multiplayer games. In each game, users watch videos which contain trivia questions, and they can select from multiple possible answers for each question. When a user answers a question incorrectly in a solo game, the game ends and they can start a new game. Meanwhile, in a multiplayer game, a user’s turn will end once they’ve answered three questions incorrectly. When users aren’t playing games, they can create their own questions by recording videos within the app.
Zombie Derby 2 (Free on Android) – This racing game from HeroCraft allows users to race over hills, ramps and more while killing zombies. The game contains eight upgradeable cars, including a zombie combine harvester.
Sorcery Part 4: The Crown of Kings ($4.99 on iOS, Android) – This narrative game from inkle is the final installment in a four-part series, which features the story of the Analander, a hero who is on a quest to recover the stolen Crown of Kings. In this installment, users will need to figure out how to break into the Citadel and confront the Archmage. While playing, users can make decisions that impact the way the rest of the story plays out.
Knights Fight: Medieval Arena (Free on iOS) – This medieval sword-fighting game from Shori Games allows users to fight against opponents in single-player levels and asynchronous multiplayer battles. The game also supports real-time multiplayer battles through a local multiplayer mode. In each battle, players can tap buttons to trigger a variety of attacks, and they can tap a shield button to shield their character from oncoming attacks. Users can upgrade their equipment over time.
60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure ($2.99 on iOS) – This survival game from Robot Gentleman takes players to the 1950s, and it gives users 60 seconds to race through a procedurally generated house collecting supplies they’ll need to survive in a bunker following the dropping of a nuclear bomb. Users must also collect their family members and take them into the bunker. Once the bomb falls, users will need to survive as long as possible in the bunker by rationing the supplies they gathered. Users will be able to make decisions as they play, which can include sending characters outside. To celebrate the game’s launch, 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure is currently 25 percent off ($2.99). The launch sale ends Oct. 6.
Batman: The Telltale Series Episode One: Realm of Shadows ($4.99 on iOS) – This first of five episodes in a series from Telltale Games allows users to become Batman and make decisions that can have “far-reaching consequences.” The choices users make while playing can affect the way the rest of the story plays out.
Faily Rider (Free on iOS) – This endless survival game from Spunge Games is the sequel to Faily Brakes. The game challenges players to help Phil Faily survive while riding a motorbike down a hill. In each game, Phil’s bike will drive down the hill automatically, and players can tap buttons to steer left and right to avoid obstacles. Users can collect coins as they play, which can be spent on new bikes and new costumes for Phil.