From a role-playing game without a story to a gory falling death, full-featured football to the future of music gaming, this Week in Gaming Apps has something for everyone, even if they prefer sheep.
Writing up this round-up of our daily gaming app posts really helps put into perspective the staggering variety of gaming apps being released each week. We started with soccer, ended with role-playing, and filled the middle with delicious lamb meat. All I need now is a beer and a little mint jelly and I'm good for the weekend.
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Typically, upon hearing that a sports game is unlicensed, I expect completely generic teams populated by bland rosters. First Touch Soccer is hardly gimped in such a way. Yes, the team names themselves are altered. But draw up a match with "Manchester Red," and sure enough, there is "Rooney" at forward. More »
What goes up, must come down. In iOS game Falling Fred, Fred not only comes down, he avoid saws, fire, blades and concrete ledges. It's a seemingly endless race to the bottom, and the goal here is to see how far Fred can fall before splattering to bits. More »
While it may look like just another tap rhythm game for the iPad, Pulse: Volume One's concentric circles set the stage for a whimsical musical journey with limitless potential. More »
Home Sheep Home, you're no Angry Birds-at least not when it comes to value. You may be a handsome, amusing diversion for the iPhone and iPod touch, but there's just not enough of your sheepish, physics-based puzzle solving to go around. More »
Have you ever played a Final Fantasy or a Dragon Age? Actually, have you ever had to slog through a bad role-playing game, one in which the characters just go on and on about their problems and the evil that's going to destroy the world? More »