Top Five iOS Games

By: marie213

1. Fish Out of Water

This game is developed by Halfbrick, the creator of Fruit Ninja. This studio hasnít released many games, but by now, their works all have great quality. About the new game, Fish out of Water, we donít know much so far. The developer just published one (yes, only one) photo at the official website, all we know by now is that the game will be available for iOS and Android.

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2. Orders & Chaos: Duels

This card game from Gameloft contains hundreds of 2D warriors and wizards to pit against one another. These duels will play out against the backdrop of Haradon, a land under siege from the good-for-nothing god Velik.

The game requires iOS 4.3 or later and optimized for iPhone 5, also support Chinese, English, French, Italian, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.

3. Shoot Many Robots

This side-scrolling shooter shooting game is developed by Demiurge Studios and Owlchemy Labs. Demiurge Studios joined the make of Borderlands and BioShock. As to Owlchemy Labs, it is the creator of Jack Lumber and AAAAA!

Players will take on the role of Walter Tugnut, a wacko who has been stock-pilling weaponry in anticipation of the robot apocalypse. When that fateful day finally arrives, Walter is uniquely prepared to take on the mechanical oppressors head-on, blasting through their ranks with all sorts of guns, flamethrowers, rocket launchers and the like.

Shoot Many Robots first appeared on consoles and PC in March 2012 and was met with a mixed reception, thanks to some overall difficulty, control, and scenario design issues.

The game is already available for Android, and the iOS version will come very soon.

4. Final Fantasy V

The mobile version of Final Fantasy V will hit on Android and iOS. There are many vocations in the game, and each of them has different abilities. After changing the career, plays still can keep the old abilities.

It is based on the Game Boy Advance port, but while it stays true to the RPGís 2D roots, it has illustrations by Yoshitaka Amano in place of some character portraits, and Dimensions-like character sprites.

5. Slayin

This pixel-art "endless action-RPG" will come to App Store on April 4th. Itís from FDG Entertainment, who is responsible for the likes of Beyond Ynth, Cover Orange, and the recently released Banana Kong.

There are three roles in the game, letís just say soldier, theft and sorcerer, each of them has unique abilities. Also, there are many kinds of bosses waiting for you to kill. Like I said, itís an endless action-RPG, so the game wonít be over unless you die.

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