Disney Mobile is on a roll. After and , comes this game! As you may have guessed from the title, this is a Phineas and Ferb spinoff of Where’s My Water. Where’s My Perry (Universal: $0.99) “Where’s My Perry is a challenging physics-based puzzler where you need to use water in all its different forms, [...]
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Where’s My Perry Review: Disney Follows Up Hit Where’s My Water, Temple Run: Brave With Another Hit!
Surely you have all seen or heard of Activision’s Skylanders by now. What you may not know is that Disney is rumored to be jumping in on the action, with it’s own project simply called Infinity for now. Not much is known about it, but it will be unveiled next month. It is said to [...]
“An urban myth inspires this fun-filled game as you help guide water to Swampy the Alligator’s bathtub. Swampy lives under the city and yearns for a more human-like existence. He is especially fond of cleanliness. The other alligators do not take kindly to Swampy’s eccentricities and have conspired to sabotage his water supply.”
Cars was one of the best PIXAR movies in general, but the sequel has been panned by numerous critics. How’s this iPhone counterpart? Cars 2 ($0.99) “Join Lightning McQueen, Mater and two new characters from Disney • Pixar’s feature film in a fun platform racing game. Your mission in Cars 2 is to complete each [...]
Disney Mobile has really stepped up to the plate since their App Store beginnings. There’s one problem however. THOR: Son of Asgard released a week behind the movie. It was good, but I’m afraid they’ve missed a huge marketing opportunity. “Son of Asgard features stunning HD graphics optimized for Retina Displays that bring Asgard and [...]
Yesterday JellyCar 3 launched an update that added new cards and levels; as well as a few cool features. Jellycar 3 is easily the best JellyCar out and for only $0.99, why don’t you own it yet? JellyCar 3 ($0.99) Latest Update includes: 2 new cars to play and customize: Muscle and Bubble! Import and [...]
Bug Village will have the normal building and farming missions, but the key here is how they’ve adapted a very Pixar like atmosphere. Look at the video after the jump and you’ll see what I’m talking about.
TRON wasn’t a hit when it originally released. In fact, it was nowhere near it and yet it became a cultural phenomenon. TRON: Legacy (Universal: $0.99) The movie tied to this game was graphically impressive but felt flat on everything else. This game looks graphically good on the iPhone, but just like the movie, it [...]