148Apps round-up: Air Supply Infinite, Geomatrix, Tug of Words, and more

The week in casual games

148Apps round-up: Air Supply Infinite, Geomatrix, Tug of Words, and more

Time is limited. Apps are plentiful.

How can you make sense of the ever-increasing number of new games in the App Store? Well, by reading Pocket Gamer, of course. But we can't possibly cover everything, and there are some games that just don't fit in our wheelhouse.

Thankfully, our friends over at 148Apps are here to save the day. Take a look at some of the casual games that have caught the attention of the 148Apps team...

By Zedarus Entertainment


"Find numbers and create landmarks, people, and more, in this surprisingly compelling Hidden Object style puzzle game." (Jennifer Allen)

Cavorite 3
By Cascadia Games


"Cavorite 3 looks nice and has a clever mechanic at the heart of it, but it just never feels right." (Carter Dotson)

Air Supply Infinite
By Quantum Sheep


"Tired of frantic endless runners? Air Supply Infinite is a slow burn. An endurance test." (Carter Dotson)

By Ricardo Chapira


"When games borrow from similar titles, sometimes they forget to bring the fun along. Sadly this may be one of those cases." (Blake Grundman)

Tower Dwellers
By Eccentricity Games


"A solidly dependable Tower Defense game, Tower Dwellers is rather fun." (Jennifer Allen)

Tug of Words
By Trivial Technology


"Tug of Words is a competitive multiplayer word game that combines elements of Scrabble and Boggle." (Campbell Bird)

Asteroid Smash
By Kyle Reczek


"A multiplayer game where the goal is to mine friends' asteroids and build attack ships to take out their moon bases in order to be the last one standing." (Angela LaFollette)

All this, plus Jeff Scott reviews the new Sonos Play: 1 and the NeatConnect Cloud Scanner. Oh, and Carter Dotson provides a helpful How To on using AirDrop with iOS 7.

Click on over to 148Apps now for app news, reviews, interviews, and more.

Chris Kirby
Chris Kirby
Chris is a little frightened that he is the oldest writer on the 148Apps staff, but maybe there's someone else out there who remembers when a Mac Plus was cutting edge and the Newton was nothing short of miraculous.