148Apps round-up: Base Busters, Monster Flash, and more

The week in casual games

148Apps round-up: Base Busters, Monster Flash, 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…

Monster Flash
By Robomodo


"Solid shooting and a surprising amount of spooky tension make Monster Flash a great portable piece of Halloween." (Jordan Minor)

Dementia: Book of the Dead
By Igor Migun


"A witch hunter is sent after a demonic book in the spooky but short-lived Dementia: Book of the Dead." (Lee Hamlet)

SAS: Zombie Assault 4
By Ninja Kiwi


"Shoot everything that moves in this fun, if flawed, twin-stick shooter. (Jennifer Allen)

1st & Goal
By R & R Games Inc.


"1st & Goal is a board gamer's football game, a football fan's board game, and well worth a look." (Andrew Fisher)

Base Busters
By Nexon M


"Mixing up two forms of tower defense gaming and collectible cards, Base Busters is a fun mix that's restricted by freemium elements." (Jennifer Allen)

Go to Bed: Survive the Night
By Touchfight Games


"Go To Bed: Survive The Night looks and sounds great, but it's actually quite basic in its execution." (Jennifer Allen)

Tilt to Live: Gauntlet's Revenge
By One Man Left Studios


"Frustrating at times, Tilt to Live: Gauntlet's Revenge is sure to hook masochists in." (Jennifer Allen)

All this, plus a review of the Logitech Protection+Power iPhone 5/5s case, and our picks for the scariest games on iOS. 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.