Windsquire is an addicting game that combines skill-based racing and maze-like obstacles. Created by Baltimore-based Mindgrub, the storyline follows a squire who ventures on a quest to amass treasure. When the squire tumbles onto mystic runes, he becomes infused with the ability to fly by controlling the wind. His mission: to find treasure while escaping a ferocious dragon.
To bring you a bit of Thanksgiving cheer, we’ve selected an App of the Week that combines quirky baby turkeys with the popular match-3 game genre. As the official app of the Free Birds movie, Baby Turkey Trouble is a family-friendly holiday game that stars Tuff Puffs, adorable baby turkeys from the feature film.
When brainstorming ideas for his latest word game, Justin Giles of Greenrift Software wanted to create a game that challenged the status quo of the genre. Inspired by classics such as Boggle and Scrabble, Justin launched Perplexicon, presenting players with a 7×7 grid sparsely populated with a mix of letter tiles, required tiles, empty spaces, and other elements for novel gameplay.
Ruffl is a real-time restaurant discovery and reservation app for hungry Londoners and travelers. The app boasts partnership with more than 450 London-based restaurants to connect diners with open tables at restaurants nearby.
Get ready for some adrenaline-pumping fun in City Birds! When goofy multi-colored birds run amok, you’ll need to trap them in cages and return them to the wildlife preserve to save the city from being overrun by the feathered flock.
If you’ve ever wanted to become a sushi master, here’s your chance! Sushi Friends 2: World is the sequel to the hugely popular Sushi Friends from Japanese studio Fun Top Cool Games. The original game has enjoyed over 2,000,000 downloads and the sequel is already a hit, amassing an average 5-star review on Google Play.
Based on the concept of the award-winning game “Vexed,” Mind Stuck is a free Corona-powered block puzzler for iOS. In Mind Stuck, you’re given an assortment of blocks and tasked with matching blocks of the same symbol and color by sliding them from left to right to clear the board.
Joe Kauffman, the founder of Fire Maple Games, has built an incredible brand around his point-and-click adventure games. His puzzle games have propelled him to the top of the charts since the early days of the App Store, with his two major releases, The Secret of Grisly Manor and The Lost City, receiving over 10 million downloads.