148Apps Round-Up: The Quest Keeper, Pocket Ages, and more

The week in casual games

148Apps Round-Up: The Quest Keeper, Pocket Ages, 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...

The Quest Keeper
By Tyson Ibele

"Even with its annoying ad model, The Quest Keeper is an awesome interpretation of the Crossy Road formula." (Campbell Bird)

Naught Reawakening

By Genera Games

"Naught Reawakening's checkpoint system is a source of frustration, but otherwise this world-turning platforming title is unique and atmospheric." (Nadia Oxford)

Marvel Mighty Heroes

"Marvel Mighty Heroes is a simple MOBA that lacks much excitement." (Jennifer Allen)

Pocket Ages
By 505 Games (US), Inc.

"Pocket Ages is a fairly formulaic freemium town builder, and not a very exciting one at that." (Jennifer Allen)

Rock On
FreshPlanet Inc.

"Rock On is the single player version of SongPop, and that's a good thing." (Jennifer Allen)

A Day in the Woods
RetroEpic Software

"A Day in the Woods is a great-looking puzzle game that feels a bit too simple." (Rob Rich)

Noodlecake Studios

"Tiltagon isn't exactly a breath of fresh air, but it's a pretty fun tilt survival game in its own right." (Rob Rich)

Pie in the Sky: A Pizza Odyssey
Salty Croc Interactive Inc.

"Enjoy being a Paperboy style pizza delivery person in this quirky endless game." (Jennifer Allen)

Glass Lighthouse: A Wizard's Tale
Regulus Games

"Glass Lighthouse is a puzzle game with some niggling irritants." (Jennifer Allen)

All this, plus four ways the Apple Watch could improve shopping, plus tips and tricks for DomiNations. Click on over to 148Apps now!

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.