iPhone/iPad from Hell 30 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. Twilight Hop takes gamers on an adventure through the night sky as they dodge dangerous obstacles and steer towards precious power ups. Twilight Hop creates a simple, immersive, and unsophisticated environment to engage users., while at the same time keeps consistent with its controls, objectives, and gameplay. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

2. FairPair is a puzzle, that is perfectly suited for children. It develops logic and the associative thinking. The game objective is to find logically linked pictures. Players use logic and background knowledge in order to find the associative link between the pictures on the playfield. Featuring 60 pictures in different themes, detailed designs, and nice audio, FairPair and FairPairHD for iPad are both optimized for Retina displays. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

3. Featuring intuitive squashy touch controls, Squashies World asks players to rescue the stranded Squashies, a collection of cute, cool and colourful characters, after their world is turned upside down by a tornado. Players must work out how to save the Squashies by squashing together characters of the same type until there are none left in the level. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

4. Set in the Wild West, Black Water puts players in the saddle of a reluctant Deputy who witnesses the murder of the Sheriff of the dusty town of Black Water. Players ride horses, guide stagecoaches, track down runaway trains, and fend off waves of bandits through towns, deserts, and valleys in this epic adventure full of mystery. Black Water features over 50 skill level upgrades and over 30 weapons. Get it on iTunes/App Store.

5. In DuckTwist, players control a cute duck by twisting their device in 360 degrees, just like the wheel of a car, providing a unique gaming experience. The game consists of 3 scenes each with 10 levels. As the user advances in a scene the levels become longer, narrower and more twisted. Each level can be played in 3 difficulty levels that affect the duck's walking speed. Get it on iTunes/App Store.