New: Frost – Survival card game (Games)

Frost – Survival card game 1.12.1

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 3.99, Version: 1.12.1 (iTunes)


*Warning: the game will work on iPhone 5C and above and iPad Pro / 4. Other devices are not supported*

On a world where a giant and lethal storm restlessly moves around the globe, people learned to survive in this cold, harsh and hostile environment. They are searching for the Refuge, a place where the Frost would never go.

Inspired by deckbuilding games like Dominion, Ascension and the like, Frost is solo survival card game that puts you in charge of a group of people looking for the Refuge. Resources, weapons, ideas, dangers and regions are represented by cards, use them wisely!

– Challenging survival deckbuilding gameplay, requiring anticipation, strategy and memory
– Intriguing, immersive universe
– Sloppy but graceful unique artwork
– Hours of gameplay with difficulty modes, endless mode, Scenarios and cards to unlock
– Dozens of cards to discover
– Different characters with different abilities
– Accessible and paced at your own rhythm, playable by all (some illustrations might disturb the youngest)
– Made with love <3

Frost – Survival card game Popular New Apps, Version Changes and Price Changes (Games) for iOS

Price Drop: Rototo: Space Survival (Games)

Rototo: Space Survival 1.0

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 1.99 -> Free, Version: 1.0 (iTunes)


Tap to rotate your shield, stopping incoming hostiles in their tracks. Whether you’re lounging on the sofa or riding the bus home from work, you can always compete with your friends for the highest score in this retro-styled arcade game.

Rototo is a space survival game where you have to fend off enemies and their projectiles to preserve your core. A rotating shield is the only thing standing between the alien horde and your inevitable destruction. How long can you last?

– Use Game Center to challenge your friends and compare your scores with players everywhere.

– Get into the action quickly with Rototo’s intuitive, simple controls.

– Experience the whole game straight out of the box. No IAP or advertisements.

Rototo: Space Survival Popular New Apps, Version Changes and Price Changes (Games) for iOS

Check out the nightmarish teaser for upcoming survival horror Knock-Knock

If, like me, you adore survival horror games, you’ve probably has your eye on Knock-Knock for some time.

Well, prepare to have that eye filled with flickering lightbulbs, filthy walls, and other creepy imagery, courtesy of the game’s brand new trailer.

If you’re unfamiliar with Knock-Knock, it follows the exploits of an insomniac wandering around his house being harrased by malevolent spirits.

Partially funded via Kickstarter, the game popped up on our rader because of its fantastic art and animation. Some of the beasties look pretty unsettling, too.

Plus, as it seems you only have a candle for protection, there’s a chance we might actually feel under theat when trying to escape the ghosts and ghoulies.

You know – like in a horror game.

You can check out the new Knock-Knock trailer above. There’s no set release date yet, but we’ve been assured by the developer that it’s coming “very soon.”

And, if you want to see some actual gameplay, jump to 1:59 in the AppSpy News Wrap-Up video below.


Click here to read more. | RSS | Latest Entries

Plants vs Zombies – Survival Fog (Hard) – Part 1 of 4

Other parts of this tutorial: Survival fog Hard part #1: Survival fog Hard part #2: Survival fog Hard part #3: Survival fog Hard part #4: More PvZ Tutorials, easter eggs, and funny stuff!: Bobsled Bonanza: Pogo Party: Zombotany 2: Survival endless (flag 100!!): 1000ft. tall Tree of Wisdom: 500ft. tall Tree of Wisdom: Survival Fog (Hard): Full Zen Garden Collection!!!: Pinata Code: Find the Secret YETI: Watering 16 brand new plants at once!: Main theme song (masterpiece): Zomboss Revenge: PvZ-2 Release Date: 32 Brand new plants!: Why Crazy Dave is Crazy: The best Zombies notes: Stinky on Coke!:
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Can you make an iPhone out of an AVR? No. Can you get a surprising amout of functionality out of a humble 8 bit processor and a cheap touch LCD? Yes. More at