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From GamingSOON: This week’s top 8 upcoming games you shouldn’t miss

From GamingSOON: This week’s top 8 upcoming games you shouldn’t miss

Pocket Gaming
June 1, 2015

Hiding behind the “Games” tab at the top of our site, we’re always busy bringing you the best of what’s coming to iOS over at GamingSOON. That’s because there’s never a dull moment in the iOS gaming department, with new titles being announced and released all the time. However, sometimes things can get hectic when releases begin to pile up. To make sure you haven’t missed anything important, here are some of the highlights from the past week of upcoming game announcements.

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1. Stunt Wheels


Release date: May 28, 2015

Collect loads of wild and crazy cars with special powers, race through stunt-riddled tracks, destroy your rivals with crazy power-ups, and then squash a squirrel in this explosive top-down racer from Kempt.

2. Shooting Stars


Release date: July 2015

Shooting Stars is a mobile shoot-em-up with roguelike elements. It’s all about evil aliens, superstars, cats, and rainbow lasers. Aliens have secretly conquered Earth and replaced all famous pop-culture superstars with evil marionettes that have only one purpose – to control all human life. The sacred rainbow unicorn made it your mission to free the imprisoned stars, fight back against the evil aliens, and restore the balance of entertainment on planet Earth.

3. Make The Path


Release date: May 31, 2015

In Make The Path, players will have to help guide a cute squirrel in its goal of collecting all of the objects scattered around the level. This is done by placing or avoiding blocks in the right places to get your squirrel to the objects safely. Are you up for the task?

4. Dead Among Us

Dead Among Us - Featured Image

Release date: June 4, 2015

A hazardous virus, Ceres, has been released into the city’s population, rapidly turning hosts into flesh craving walking dead. You, along with a few survivors and scientists, decide to save the planet from the zombie apocalypse. To do so, the team must venture out, among the dead, to collect supplies and zombie samples in hopes of developing an antidote. Now the question is, given the dire circumstances, can you exhibit the award-winning archery skills necessary to triumph in this addictive first-person zombie shooter?

5. 42 Monsters


Release date: June 4, 2015

In 42 Monsters, aliens are invading the Earth from outer space and they are after one thing: all of the world’s fruit! While they look kind of cute and silly, it’s up to you to stop them from carrying out their evil plan. Players must use items like snakes, ghosts, diamonds, tennis balls, bowling balls, and more to get past the alien’s fruit shield and knock them out of commission. Are you up for the task?

6. Dashy Panda


Release date: June 4, 2015

Tap anywhere on the screen to move Panda forward. You need to help him collect as many rice bowls while avoiding all of the unique obstacles that get in your way. How far can you get?

7. ReconInForce


Release date: June 4, 2015

ReconInForce is a turn-based modern military strategy game that embraces ambush, deception, and tactics. Players will dominate the field with an armada of troops and unlimited strategic options. Try sneaking through cities and forests or deploy smoke to hide until it is time to strike. Spy on the enemy with scouts to prevent surprises. Leverage the strengths of your commanders and soldiers to attack and destroy the enemy’s base!

8. 4 Beers: A Game of Numbers


Release date: June 6, 2015

Four beers sit at the top of the board, stuck behind a sea of numbers. Clear the space and send those tasty suds down to Francois the sailor by adding or subtracting the numbers until at least three nearby match up and ultimately all disappear.

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