iOS games are only getting better and we can’t help but get excited for certain as-yet-unreleased games on their way to consumers’ devices.These are seven games that totally have our attention as they make their way from the developers to the gamers.
We had nearly lost hope of ever seeing this game realised, but apparently it's back in development after a too-long hiatus. It recreates the feel of old dice-based tabletop games, but with a totally modern and unique vibe.
Check out this gameplay footage to see what it's all about.
Imagine the asynchronous turn-taking of Words With Friends combined with the open RPG elements of Dungeons & Dragons and you've got Pocket Heroes. After a delayed launch date, we can finally look forward to having this on our devices on July 12.
One of the easiest ways to pass time with your iPhone, Tiny Wings puts you in control of a bird that ramps off of hills and collects coins. The elusive creator is releasing a sequel and put out this teaser video for it.
We're incredibly intrigued by this game. It lets you play in the virtual world or the real world. Here's how creator Robert Bowling explains it:
'Say you're at home, you're playingHuman Element, you're out in the world, you get injured. You're hurt and you need medical supplies. You don't want to risk going out to forage in the game world, or maybe you did and can't find anything, but you know that there's a pharmacy four miles down the road in the real world. So, you go out and you're out and about in the real world.'
Pretty cool, huh?
If you enjoyed Infinity Blade, you should know about Horn. It's described as a Zelda-like game and it looks heavy on swords and monsters.
This game is already out for desktop computers, but the developers are actively working on bringing it to iOS. It's a game about infiltration that has you rescuing hostages and dodging gunfire. The levels are randomly generated, making for a truly unique gameplay experience every time.
Old-school gamers will be thrilled to know that the MechWarrior franchise is finding new life on iOS. Command an army of human-controlled robots called Mechs as you dispense with enemy armies.