Among other things, Thunder Game Works included a zombie mode in Trenches, their first path-drawing strategy game. The bloody living dead are back for revenge, and there's only one British Commander that can stop them. Read on for additional info.
Aqua Globs is a path drawing game where you combine rather than simply avoid. Now the game is on the iPad with some distinct changes. How does the game compare to the iPhone version. Click through to find out. Plus we're giving away two copies.
Path drawing has everything it seems, but now zombies are thrown in the mix as well. Zombie Escape is the newest game from Chillingo, and the newest addition to the path path drawing genre. Read on to find out if it's worth picking up.
Cat Run refreshes the Frogger style by combining it with the path drawing genre. You have to guide cats through traffic, avoid cat fights, skunks, and more. Click through to find out how it compares in the crowded path drawing genre.
It's now time to conduct trains in the USA. The sequel to the train path drawing game tests your skills in New York, Miami, and the Grand Canyon. Read on to find out how it compares to the original, and if it's worth picking up.
Line drawing games are a growing genre on the iPhone and Fare City: First Shift is a great new addition. Though it has a few flaws, its unique play style makes it worth getting now before the developers improve the game and up to the price.
Harbor Havoc 3D is the new path drawing vehicle traffic game in the App Store. It' created by Backflip Studios the makers of Paper Toss and Ragdoll Blaster. Now you get to play Flight control and Harbor Master at the same time, and it's in 3D. Plus+ is also included. It sounds great on paper, but what about in performance? Click through to find out.
Urinals is a new path drawing game. This time you're a restroom attendant, and need to guide the patrons to the stalls, sink, and out of the bathroom. Though it has a silly theme, the gameplay is executed well. Also find out how to get a copy FREE.