This week’s App of the Week – Tomb Breaker – is a brand new puzzle game that was built with Corona SDK and recently graced with a ‘New and Noteworthy’ recognition on Apple’s App Store. A year in the making, Tomb Breaker was developed by Kurt Bieg, the designer behind Simple Machine, with art by Victor Soto.
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For anyone fond of Tamagotchis of the ’90s, our App of the Week will fill you with a bit of nostalgia. Egg Baby is a game that’s centered around taking care of an adorable virtual pet on your device, and depending on how you raise the egg, it hatches into a variety of interesting creatures.
Move and Fire is a puzzle game that weaves the basic principles of pinball with the laws of physics. It’s both challenging and entertaining, and features standout graphics that pop right off the screen.
Created by Naomi Kokubo of LavaMind, Jackpot Words combines the thrill of casino slots with the challenge of word games.
Developed by Wyse Games, Stay Alight! is a stunning new physics-based game for iPad/iPhone. Within a week of launch, Stay Alight! rose to the App Store’s Top 10 of puzzle and arcade games.
Spelling Test allows parents to create personalized exams for kids. Originally developed in Objective-C, Spelling Test’s creator ported the app with Corona SDK to bring his work to multiple platforms.
For fans of Garfield, comes a cross-platform trivia game featuring the classic characters. In Garfield’s Trivia Party, your job is to fill out portions of a comic strip that have been wiped away by Odie’s coffee spill.
Created by Danish writer and illustrator Tamlyn Young, The PossibiliTree is a collection of pieces that speak to the power of storytelling as a form of human interaction. Created for both children and adults, the app is a lovely, philosophical experience for the iPhone and iPad.
Featuring gorgeous graphics and endlessly enjoyable gameplay, this pegformer arcade game will capture your attention from the get-go.
Based on the award-winning book by Marsha Diane Arnold, Prancing, Dancing Lily tells the story of a festive young milking cow that doesn’t quite fit the herd.