Project Awakened is supposed to be a big open-world action game that lets you play as any super-hero you could dream up.
Pretty much everyone wants to play as a super powerful badass, roaming the city, saving lives and causing mayhem. But not everyone wants to do it the same way. Do you want to be a Nightcrawler-like teleporter? Or a Magneto-like manipulator? Or maybe you just want to suit up like The Punisher and blow people away?
Phosphor Games' Unreal Engine 3-powered Horn is one of my favorite games of 2012, but $6.99 a relatively hefty price tag. Horn Free gives iOS gamers a taste of the gorgeous adventure along with a brand-new endless Quest Mode that should thrill old and new players alike.
At first glance Phosphor Games' The Dark Meadow looks like nothing more than a clone of award winning iPhone eye-candy Infinity Blade with a ranged weapon twist, but delve deeper into its madness and you'll discover a character the sword and sorcery epic lacked.
The creepy cousin to Epic's own Infinity Blade, The Dark Meadow channels all of the iOS power of the Unreal Engine 3 into one twisted tale of creatures and crossbows.
Combining the slingshot controls of Angry Birds, the swordplay of Fruit Ninja, the gorgeous Unreal Engine-powered graphics of Infinity Blade, and the dark fairytale them of the film Pan's Labyrinth, The Dark Meadow is the sort of iOS game nightmares are made of.
Before the collapse of video game publisher Midway, the company's Chicago studio was working on a game known simply as Hero, an ambitious open-world superhuman project that was ultimately killed. But like most superheroes, Hero may cheat death. [Updated!]