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Today's Best Apps: Tile Path And Climb The Hill

Today's Best Apps: Tile Path And Climb The Hill

April 8, 2013
The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday.


Tile Path by Benjamin Dauton ($0.99, 3.2 MB): This path, or commonly referred to as a "flow," puzzler stands out of a now crowded pool by featuring a Tetris-style of play. Like the other entries in the sub-genre, the core objective of the game is to connect color-coded location points without crossing links. Rather than drawing paths, you must construct them using tetrominos. Once a link is properly established, the score is increased by the number of blocks removed and the color points reappear at randomly selected new locations. The game features simple 2-D graphics and sounds, five difficulty levels, as well as three play modes: Tutorial, Play for fun, and Championship. Available once per day, Championship is a 180-second blitz match to submit a score to the global leaderboard.

Climb The Hill by Hernan Caratolli ($0.99, 42.6 MB): Similar to Labyrinth, this game of skill requires steady hands, concentration, and dexterity. Simple, yet very difficult, the primary task is to maneuver the metal ball to the top of the hill via the circular inclined plane using tilt control. Perform the objective quickly enough and you'll be awarded a bronze, silver or gold trophy. Continued success will unlock bonus challenges to keep you captivated.

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