More and better: Plants vs Zombies 2

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There are, literally, hundreds of thousands of games for iOS. But when we think of the games carrying the banner of the mobile revolution, that figure is reduced to a few games. For me, if we focus on iOS, are two: Angry Birds and Plants vs. Zombies. Everyone knows the first the second not but almost. If you have an iPhone or an iPad, surely you’ve heard of them.
So today, with the launch of Plants vs Zombies 2, have an important day for Apple and for PopCap, the company responsible for the saga and wants to repeat and even exceed the hit that was the first installment. Do you get it? We see it as it passes the time, but the truth is that it has all the ingredients to repeat a success.
Watch this trailer.

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GT Racing 2: A New Free Racing Experience

Gameloft has announced the second part of GT Racing Android and IOS.

Sure many of us have already tested GT Racing, is an excellent game cars com very good graphics and it was time for a sequel. Gameloft are pleased with this new release that was recently announced.

In this installment, we will see many cars luxurious Mercedes Benz and Ferrari, among others. States that more than 65 cars of 35 different brands would have, races might be in scenarios taken from real race tracks, and we will also see many mode of game one more players. This game will be download free, surely see some options to buy upgrades from within the game. GT Racing 2 will be available soon, so continue reviewing the Play Store to be the first to download this fabulous game.

Here is the trailer of GT Racing 2:

Infinity Blade III

Reaches the end of a trilogy that has marked time in touch panorama; Epic Games and ChAIR Entertainment have Infinity Blade III, the third installment of a saga that takes the latest devices of Apple hardware special ‒en the new iPhone 5S‒ the most, with an overwhelming audiovisual section and maintaining much of its gameplay. It will be enough to convince the fans? The answer in our analysis.

Infinity Blade has been and still is a saga of reference in iOS thanks to two key aspects: its overwhelming mise en scène and gameplay designed especially for the always controversial touch interface of our iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Taking advantage of much of the technical potential of the Unreal Engine 3 from Epic Games, ChAIR Entertainment completed a trilogy very special for smartphones and tablets, taking care to maximize both its setting as artistic design and taking the game touch to another level, while for many, its mechanics do not pass bland and repetitive. But Infinity Blade is much more; now, with the third installment already available in the AppStore, we have to check our analysis if Infinity Blade III responds to such high expectations or, conversely, does not offer much more to an already very exploited formula of game in touch platforms.

The origins

We must go back to September 2010 to learn more about such legendary saga; at the time, Epic Games surprised the whole world with a technical demo known as Epic Citadel for iOS devices, a small application that allowed us to see the excellence of the graphics engine Unreal Engine 3 adapted to smartphones and tablets. A few months, in December, appeared in the AppStore a surprising title, powered by an overwhelming graphics. Thus was born Infinity Blade, a new exclusive saga of iOS that the Mise en scène revolutionized the portable game, bringing it to the quality standards of much more powerful machines and presenting a gestural gameplay, simple but effective, imitated later by a great number of titles as Avengers Initiative, Horn or the latest man of steel, that Yes, with quite different results.
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Rayman Fiesta Run

The Rayman franchise is living one of its sweetest moments; After years of inactivity ‒y with several spin off starring the irreverent Rabbids‒ arrived in 2011 Rayman Origins, a new reboot of the franchise in the form of 2D platformer that surprised critics and audiences for its quality, both in the field playable for its beautifully presented; a tribute to the most nostalgic, thirsty players of titles with old-school spirit. And just a few months ago we received its brilliant sequel, Rayman Legends, confirmation of that gender through a great time thanks to this masterpiece for the drafting of MeriStation. Without a doubt, two titles that deserve to be in the collection of any fan to the plataformeo classic.

Although Ubisoft didn’t hesitate to take the concept Origins to devices iOS and Android, taking advantage of the growing popularity of touch platforms and offering ‒hace little more than one ano‒ a title type endless runner called Rayman Jungle Run, a great adaptation with a playability and artistic rather than remarkable design. Now, the French company leads to the AppStore and Google Play Rayman party Run, a direct sequel that improves everything seen in the first installment and we invite to travel up to 75 new levels with a wider variety of situations, new skills for Rayman and humor, humor.

We invite you to learn more about this new and crazy adventure of Rayman and company in our analysis;don’t stop the party!

Dead Trigger 2

Visual spectacle
Madfinger Games has given his latest creations of a great technological power, taking advantage of the latest versions of hardware both iOS as Android devices; on this occasion, Dead Trigger 2 remains faithful to the concept of the Czech study, with a lavish visual presentation. Thus, we will find graphics spectacular, with modeled very well made, a surprising use of textures and lighting more than convincing, all powered devices Android Tegra. The result cannot be better, but yes there are some irregularities that leave it only something below the titles more pointers to visual level on those platforms; some animations are improved and the enemies are repeated too often. On the other hand, the gameplay suffers in smartphones due to the small size of the icons, something that gets worse in the different menus.

Noise level not noted especially, thanks in part to a rather limited number of melodies and effects that will be repeated again and again throughout the different levels. Few jokes that our protagonist release will be in perfect English, although Dead Trigger 2 arrives with the texts translated into Spanish; Although not very well translated, since we will witness numerous typos and even entire text boxes, without translating, giving a slight feeling of neglect in this respect. Another feature to consider is that the game requires internet connection to start the game, but not before registering online Madfinger Games, a requirement that is somewhat unfair if we take into account the portable nature of the title.

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The stunning graphics is one of its major claims, especially in Android Tegra devices; the gameplay has been redesigned, adding a new more accessible mode.

 

Conclusion:
Dead Trigger 2 is a worthy sequel to a first title which was surprising by its staging but that had numerous ups and downs at the level of playability, especially by an excessive repetition of situations and a slight tendency freemium in a title of payment, remember, happened to be free soon after its launch. On this occasion, Madfinger Games has tried to solve such errors, redesigning the development of ‒con levels much more variety of objetivos‒ and adding a somewhat more simplified but effective control at the end and at the end. Although it is not necessary to invest in micro-payment, can be somewhat repetitive having to repeat quests to earn more income and invest in new weapons and important objects. Its appearance is magnificent, especially in next-generation Android Tegra devices, although not without some minor, in addition to the required internet connection bug. All for free with In-App Options; direct action against countless hordes of zombies and other lethal creatures.