The premise? To slay as many pixelated monsters as you as one of six classes as you level up and gain endless equipment against a chiptune soundtrack. The challenge? You only get a single life.
Smart, retro sci-fi platformer with an old-school difficulty curve and a charming sense of wit. The twist is, instead of jumping, you tap to flip gravity, as you search for the missing crew members.
This is a compelling fusion of gorgeous artwork, accessible gameplay, and clever design. You have to guide your hedgehog-like creatures through a deadly forest teeming with life and machines.
Kero Blaster ($5)
An oddball side-scroller featuring precise and familiar controls, creator Daisuke Amaya’s latest endeavor has you eradicate bad guys as a bipedal frog on a quest to clean up the company’s teleporters.
Robot Unicorn Attack 2 (Free)
The second installment of the tongue-in-cheek Robot Unicorn Attack sports more than just updated visuals. New challenges and customization add depth to the endless runner, one set to Erasure’s “Always.”