iPhone and iPad apps tagged "casual game."
Nut Chuckin is Fun for a Crisp Fall Afternoon
It's tough to get ready for winter, especially when the other squirrels are bent on destroying you. Such is the moral of the story in Nut Chuckin'.
Nut Chuckin' is a game where you must dodge the flying nuts of your tormentors and attempt to beat them at their own game.
Swine Time is an entertaining flight in under 30 seconds
There seems to be a correlation for me lately... The shorter a game is, the longer I play it. And this is certainly the case with Swine Time, the newest release from Vito Technology.
If you're lucky, a game of Swine Time will take 30-60 seconds to play.
Medieval is a Polished Castle Defense Game
It's not often that a game can truly appeal to gamers of multiple skill levels. But I think that Medieval, the castle defense game from Brisk Mobile, is one of those games.
Set the difficulty to easy and it's challenging but winnable, a good incentive for casual gamers to keep playing.
Discover Casual and Basic RPG Fun With Sketch Dungeon
Searching out unique and interesting games in the App Store is sometimes daunting, especially with some games and their developers getting more press than others. If you’re looking for something a little bit different in the $0.
Go Fourth With Firework Frenzy
When I first saw Firework Frenzy in the App Store I was reminded of an older online game with a similar name where you exploded fireworks of different shapes by filling them in with puzzle pieces. I was sort of hoping Firework Frenzy would be a revival of that game.
Developer Rajesh Jain Banks on CalcsPro and His Mortgage Background
Rajesh Jain, is the developer of CalcsPro, one of the more popular mortgage calculator apps. We got in touch with Rajesh recently to see how well his app has been doing in the App Store, to find out what else he's working on and what impact he believes the debut of OS 3.
Bubblehead is One Zany iPhone Game and My Newest Addiction
BubbleHead - For those of you that can appreciate a little quirkiness in your life, please pay attention here. The talented team over at CrowdCafé has put together a meaty casual game that leverages an inspired art style and some slick controls.
Get it Poppin with Bloons
Bloons - One of the best remedies to a slow day at the office is loading up a good ol’ flash game that can be played through your Internet browser. I wouldn’t dare engage in such a shameless waste of my employers time, but I’m just going by what I hear...
iPhone Developer Spotlight: Mike Meyer at Weasel Floss Studios
Mike Meyer, Principal at Weasel Floss Studios, is part of the team behind the recently released iBuddha. This is their debut app as a company, but not their first time developing together. "iPhone ideas are everywhere," Meyer says. Here are his experiences.
iPhone Developer Spotlight: Janice Flint of Crystal Springs Software
Janice Flint is Programmer/Mom and the force behind Crystal Springs Software. She just released her first iPhone app iZilch.
Monster Trucks Never Quite Gets into Gear
Every day is Sunday with Monster Trucks Nitro from RedLynx. I'm assuming everyone must have seen the "Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!" TV commercials used to promote Monster Truck events.
Fastlane Street Racing is a Phenomenal Racer
Fastlane Street Racing is a modern day reincarnation of arguably the best arcade racing series ever developed in Ridge Racer. For those of you unfamiliar with the fifteen year history of Ridge Racer, it’s a racing game that places an equal emphasis on style and substance.
Interview with Mike Kasprzak of Smiles
AppCraver recently spoke with Mike Kasprzak of Sykhronics Entertainment, the developer of Smiles. He answered some questions about his process for app development.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?
Mike: Well, I started prototyping game ideas for the iPhone earlier in the year.
Interview with Charles Ju of PlayMesh
PlayMesh, just cut the red ribbon on iMafia, a social game based on rising from underling to mob boss. What makes the company unique is there are few gaming companies trying to leverage the 'inherent social graph' of the iPhone in their games," according to Charles Ju, at PlayMesh.
iPhone Gifts for Gamers
The iPhone has been a big hit in among gamers.
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