Games developer Ketchapp has become known for their casual games with simple concepts yet are maddeningly difficult to play, and Twist is their latest offering. The objective is simple: jump the ball on the rotating platforms for as long as you can, and it’s as frustratingly addictive as you expect.
If you watch Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers, you should be familiar with Sky Whale, the game that the two schoolgirls made for their school project. Sky Whale proved to be popular in the show, so much so that there’s now a real mobile game based on it available for the iOS and Android, and it’s a good one too.
Minions Paradise is a town builder game courtesy of EA, who is no stranger to these kinds of titles. Here, the Minions are on a cruise when Phil accidentally sinks the ship and they get stuck on an island where they the idea to open a resort. This is the set up where you play the resort / base / city / town building game, and it’s actually a pretty cool one.
The official Jenga game from NaturalMotion, released with the help of creator Leslie Scott, provides you with plenty of entertainment on your iOS or Android. As you might expect, the game employs real-time 3D physics simulation so the behavior is the same as a real Jenga tower.
Kitty City – Cat Food Ninja from TabTale takes a page out of the popular cutting and slicing games and adds a bit of twist to it. Your goal is to rescue all the kittens, and the more you slice and dice the more of these kitties you’ll be able to save. If you can collect all the kittens you win the game and while it sounds easy enough, but it’s addictive.
Paint Monsters is a match three puzzle game from SGN, and if you love that stuff you’ll get a kick out of this one for sure. The game is brilliantly colored and the fast pace and challenging levels will keep you playing again and again. It doesn’t reinvent the connect three genre, but it adds something new.