148Apps round-up: Spin It, Wonder Golf, Galaxy Conquerors, and more
The week in casual games
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 Rafael Costa
"Old school shooting is fun but inaccurate in Galaxy Conquerors." (Jennifer Allen)
By We R Play
"Spin It has a fine puzzle game model, but its execution lacks energy." (Jordan Minor)
Knight Saves Queen
By Dobsoft Studios
"Mixing up puzzle elements with Chess-based sensibilities is a fun move for this simplistic looking puzzle game." (Jennifer Allen)
By Relevant Games
"It turns out that dividing up trash can be quite fun in a chaotic kind of way." (Jennifer Allen)
Micronytes Director's Cut
By Miguel Vega Arance
"Micronytes isn't for everyone, but for people who've seen the screenshots and haven’t lost interest, the game delivers a few more pros to hold their attention." (Cata Modorcea)
"Help Alice explore a mini-golf version of Wonderland in the quirky Wonder Golf." (Lee Hamlet)
"Quest for loot in this dungeon crawler that is almost completely void of actual, compelling gameplay." (Campbell Bird)
By Pebble Pinky Studios
"Tidal Drive is built on a solid concept, but its controls are a washout." (Nadia Oxford)
"Cabby Tales' charming visuals would make it an ideal title for young players, if not for the overly-challenging stages." (Nadia Oxford)
By Dyabit Games
"Bike Assault is as basic as an arcade-style game gets, though it's not devoid of charm and challenge." (Nadia Oxford)
Click on over to 148Apps now for app news, reviews, interviews, and more.