I spent several months in 2013 porting the successful iOS game Flower Garden to Android, you can find it in Google Play as well as in the Amazon Appstore. Since last week end, players can also plant seeds, care for the plants, watch the flowers bloom, and create bouquets on their Windows Phone 8 devices!
Jigsaw Guru is finally available in the App Store! Play with the provided pictures on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, or use your own photos, free of charge. That’s right, unlike most jigsaw puzzle games on the iPhone, Jigsaw Guru lets you import pictures for free, with no limitation. So why not take a quick picture of your loved ones, and start playing now?
Here are a few screenshots taken on the iPhone 5, iPad, and iPod touch:
Ace of Dynamites was released today, both on the Windows Phone 7 and on the Xbox360 (in the XBox Live Indie Games marketplace). In this action-puzzle game, completing the 20 levels in easy difficulty is only a warm-up: in addition to some skills to avoid your enemies, the medium and hard modes will challenge you to find new strategies to succeed. Your efforts won’t go unnoticed: 15 awards are included in the game, waiting to be unlocked.
The gems from the kingdom of the Round Happy Faces people have been stolen by their enemies. They’re now scattered in the lands of the Death’s Heads tribe, and guarded 24/7. Since explosives are the only weapon that can be used against the Death’s Heads, you’ve been chosen to go to hostile territory and get as many gems back as possible, for your Round Happy Face’s nickname is Ace of Dynamites. And if you can blow some of those skull looking guys up along the way, it’s even better!
On the Windows Phone 7, Ace of Dynamites is available as a paid application, with a trial mode that allows you to play the first 10 levels, and as a free game called Ace of Dynamites Free with those same 10 levels only. Both versions share the same online leaderboards, and our developer inserted his own score as a reference. The question is: can you beat it?
Jigsaw Guru Free was approved by Microsoft today, and is now available on the Windows Phone 7 marketplace. It is a slightly modified version of the original Jigsaw Guru, the relaxing jigsaw puzzle game, with no limitation, and it’s free! So why not download it, give it a try, and write a review to let other players know what you think?
Jigsaw Guru Free on the Windows Phone 7 marketplace:
Here is a short video, and a few screenshots from the game:
Jigsaw Guru is a relaxing jigsaw puzzle game, with some useful helps for players having a hard time finishing a puzzle, or wanting an easier experience. Very casual, with no time limit, you can save whenever you want, and pick up where you left off. Depending on the difficulty level you choose, a game can last between a minute and a whole hour, and you may have to use the zoom functionality to look at different parts of the picture. The full version of Jigsaw Guru allows you to play with any photo on your phone, for even more hours of fun.
Jigsaw Guru is now available on the Windows Phone 7 marketplace for $0.99:
Watch a gameplay video, and see many of Jigsaw Guru’s features in action: