iPhone/iPad from Hell 19 September 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. In Go Go Woony, with the help of Rainbow, their brave Deer, gamers play Woony and are going for their lost friend. Players have to race and run as fast as they can to score and collect Rewards and stay alive. Go Go Woony is serious about speed, fun and graphics. The game features 3 crazy worlds with original features, 30 amazing well designed levels, with Game Center leaderboards and Facebook to challenge your friends and more. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

2. In Phoenix Bird, players guide a glorious Phoenix as he soars through rings in the sky, collecting jewels & power-ups, and surveying great monuments below. Reminiscent of the giant flying bird in the blockbuster film, Avatar, the game allows players to guide their Phoenix over 7 photorealistic, 3D worlds including the Taj Mahal in India, Westminster Palace in England, The Colosseum in Italy, and New York's Statue of Liberty. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

3. 100 Lights is a single screen, hidden object puzzle game where players must turn on every light in the room in order to advance to the next. Players will find themselves in a house containing rooms full of these puzzles which are on different visual and gameplay related themes. Each level is unique and requires clever thinking in combination with the use of iPhone's accelerometer and touch screen controls in order to find the solution. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

4. iSwinging is a spider-man-like swinging game that challenges players to swing through buildings with the use of strings and momentum. While swinging from one building to another, players collect coins alone the way to purchase and upgrade props to achieve better distance. Players can get great help from satellites and flying saucers too. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

5. The End is a shooting game designed for speed and accuracy. Your job is to destroy all of the space ships and asteroids to prevent them from falling to the floor and destroying the ground that we live on. Featuring power-ups, humans parachuting to the ground and aeroplanes that you must avoid and more, The End supports Game Center where players can post top scores for added competition. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

6. Puzzle Poker challenges players to arrange a grid of playing cards into the best poker hands they can. The app features over 20,000 mind-bending puzzle combinations. To play, 25 cards are placed in a 5x5 grid. Puzzle solvers must figure out how to arrange the cards to form the best poker hands across every row and column - all at once. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

7. Jungle Haste is a jump and run game with endless arcade action for iOS devices. Players help a little alien guy to survive in the jungle and to return home. Animals inhabiting the jungle aren't friendly thus keen reflexes are the best weapon, and there are dozens of missions to complete, achievements to unlock, and friends to beat on the online leaderboards. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

8. In Reveal the Maze, players navigate the ball and traverses into the labyrinth illuminating the map along the way. The challenge is to find the exit with these limitations in mind. Certain items on the level will help in this process while others will hinder progression and pose as obstacles. Reveal the Maze presents 3 different difficulty levels with 72 chapters and 4 different worlds. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

9. The Iron Mouse is a fast paced arcade romp where players step behind the controls of a metal plated mouse to hop their way through dangerous scenarios, collect cheese slices and avoid dangerous patrolling cats en route to victory. Eloquently straightforward yet remarkably difficult, The Iron Mouse puts players' timing and hand eye coordination skills to the test. Get it on iTunes/App Store.