Posted: 19 Apr 2012 03:52 AM PDT
Haunted Houdini is the first title in the Midnight Mysteries series that I've had the chance to play, but it certainly won't be the last. While in general hidden object games are becoming more like "true" adventure games every day, Haunted Houdini takes storytelling within a hidden object game to a new level. Combine that with many diverse locations to explore and a fine balance between hidden object scenes, object based puzzles and mini-games, this has become one of the most enjoyable from this genre that I've played in quite some time.
Posted: 19 Apr 2012 03:49 AM PDT
Making games (especially good ones) is never an easy task. Just ask David Ngo of Locheart, a rocket scientist turned app developer. Together with his trusty partner, Don Quach, the dynamic duo have been hard at work over the past several months creating an adorable, yet challenging casual game – Cannon Cat. With its simple “one tap’ gameplay where players launch a fearless cat out of a rotating cannon to save the flying fish trapped in bubbles, there’s something endearing about the game. Set to be released for iOS in a week, David and Don recently took some time away from their busy schedules to answer some questions for TouchMyApps.
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