iPhone/iPad from Hell 10 March 2012

Round up of new Games/Apps for your iPhone/iPad based devices
If you want any iOS based games or entertainment related application added on these roundups, feel free to contact us.

1. Mini Golf 3D involves putting a golf ball into 54 holes spread across 3 increasingly challenging levels of 18 holes each. Do this in the least possible strokes, and you could be on your way to winning virtual medals and trophies. Additionally, the game is highly customizable, and you can select to play as one of five exciting characters, each having their own unique personality. Levels have been cleverly designed and created to ensure maximum fun and replay value through multiple challenges consisting of moving- and static- obstacles and hazards. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

2. Match Trek Arcade is a pair-matching game with a beat-the-clock element. It combines the familiar fun of matching games with unique time-based action, allowing players to beat their own times, race the clock and challenge their friends. Challenge mode allows friends to compete against each other. Once a player has set a time they like, hitting the challenge button will email a friend the game and the time to beat. Beaten challenges can be sent back and forth between friends, increasing the difficulty each time. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

3. Final Freeway 2R puts the player in control of an open-top sports car as you blast across 14 different stages. The game uses a specially designed raster scroll graphics system to recreate the exhilarating feel of the coin-op originals. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

4. With Color Breaker, you can kill your time and improve your endorphins. Color Breaker supports OpenFeint and high score leader board. Sporting an easy and simple user interface, Color Breaker features multiple language support with three games, named Blue, Orange and Green. Each game has subtle changes to its behavior. You can play with friends by inviting them from Facebook, Twitter, and your address book. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

5. Air Wings is a 3D flying game in which you pilot various paper airplanes, and fire an assortment of unusual weapons while doing battle with other opponents. There are rubber band bullets that ricochet around the scene, heat seeking pencil missiles, suction cup darts that stick to your opponents, spit wads, etc. The entire game was designed as an online networked multiplayer battle game, and it uses Game Center to match up to 4 players in each battle. You fly around various indoor and outdoor environments, and the different paper airplanes each have their own flight and battle characteristics. There's even a rubber band powered balsa airplane that you can fly. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

6. In Sky Defenders, players take on the role of a superhero defending the city from invading hordes. Flying high above the streets, gamers use tilt controls to navigate the skies and destroy enemies in order to protect the city below. Each superhero features its own unique power-ups, offering players multiple ways to chain together combos and rack up huge point scores in their quest to survive and wipe out the opposing forces. Sky Defenders also features an online leaderboard so players can post their high-scores and challenge their friends to try and beat them. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

7. Taking elements from traditional Domino games, Mahjong, and sliding tile style puzzles, Boneyard is a matching game played with dominos where players attempt to achieve the highest possible scores by matching and removing the tiles from the play field. Players are allowed to slide tiles into empty spaces and rotate tiles around their center to create runs of matched tiles for scoring. Identifying and scoring tiles quicker will earn players higher multipliers and higher end game scores. The game can be played using any of Double 6, Double 9, Double 12, Double 15 or Double 18 domino sets, with the difficulty and scoring potential increasing as the set size increases. Get it on iTunes/App Store.