Hello gamers, welcome back to iOS reviews! I hope you all had a great weekend a fantastic week back to school. The first game that was looked at this week was SimCity Build It. SimCity Build It is SimCity’s mobile version. The game has everything that a SimCity fan would want from this experience. Just like on the PC you build your own town that will continue to grow. The more you play the game the complex and larger it becomes. Like all games that are similar to SimCity on iOS is the wait time when creating different objects that are used to build your town. For instance a few items take 60 seconds to be created while other can take 10 minutes. It just depends on the complexity of said object. A feature that I liked about this game is upgrading buildings is almost instant. This is a great feature because it will keep players attention. Another feature that this game has is that buildings change depending on how the player lays out their city. This is fulfilling for the player as they can see their hard work does not go unnoticed. SimCity Build It is great game that delivers players the classic SimCity experience on their mobile devices.
The second game that was reviewed this week was Jump. Jump is an interesting puzzle game. The player plays a ball that does what you expect it to do. The player controls said ball by tapping the arrow direction controls. The controls are: Left, Right, and Up. The objective of the game is to collect all the stars in the level. Each level is filled with a variety of obstacle that the player must navigate through. How this game differentiates itself from other guide your ball games is that the ball can only bounce one space ahead. This adds difficulty to the game because players now can’t bounce randomly and complete the stage. Each stage now requires a certain amount of planning. Overall Jump is a fun game that requires the player to be smart and pre plan their routes to complete the level.
The last game this week was Looney Tunes Dash! Loony Tunes Dash! is a endless runner. This concept fits surprisingly well for Loony Tunes. For instance they have characters like Bugs Bunny, and the Road Runner who are both running. For a smart use of a endless runner this game gets an A+. The game itself contains all the features that we have come to expect from endless runners. The controls are like all the other endless. To move left or right the player swipes left or right, if the player wants the character to jump they swipe up on the screen, and finally if they want the character to engage in a slide they swipe down on the screen. Loony Tunes Rush! is not a bad game on a technical standpoint, and even character design. Fans of Loony tunes will love this game because it puts them in control of their favourite characters. Gamers who want something new and cool will find this game tedious and boring because it does not take a new approach to genre of mobile games that are now well established.