Many app developers are trying to take advantage of the spookiest holiday of the year by updating their apps with Halloween related content. Since there is no possible way to cover each and every one of them, we have decided to bring you a collection of some of the more high profile games that have been updated with Halloween content all within this one post.
Pocket God, one of the most updated apps in the entire App Store, received an update yesterday that added the Barking Spider. You can call upon the Barking Spider by dropping one of your innocent little pygmies into the spider web and tapping until it is entirely cocooned, and if you tap even more and the cocoon will explode releasing baby spiders. You are then able to battle the Barking Spider by tossing a spear at it. The update also adds a Halloween Skin Pack via in-app purchase. The skin pack will change various items into “Halloweenized” versions.
Apparently someone turned off the lights in Doodle Jump and turned The Doodler into a ghost. The Halloween “super special easter egg” can be activated in the game by changing your name to “Boo.” The Doodler will then turn into a glowing ghost, the lights will dim, and new monsters will come out to haunt you.
An update to Max Injury gives Max the crash dummy two new Halloween inspired outfits: zombie and teddy bear. The update also adds an extra pinball-like level that has a spooky background and bumpers for you to bounce Max off of.
Undead Attack! Pinball, an already Halloween-like game, was recently updated to a Halloween edition. Now when you shake your device, multiple balls (or pumpkins) will drop onto the playing field. As an added bonus, the game is on sale for $.99 to celebrate Halloween.
Alright, so I actually have one more for you, although this one isn’t exactly a Halloween update to a game. The developers of AutoTrafego have released a separate Halloween version of their traffic game aptly titled AutoTrafego: Halloween Edition. And the best part? It’s available for $0.00!