December 11th, 2012 | By Charles Ferrendelli
With hundreds of new apps making their debut, being updated, or dropping in price on the App Store everyday, it can be hard to keep up with the latest mobile indie games. We’ve sorted through them so you don’t have to. Here’s the latest in mobile indie games on iOS.
Sigsys – (Free)
Fun. Challenging. Mind stretching. Addictive. Sigsys. Sigsys is not designed to be an easy game. Rather, it is purposely illogical, non-intuitive, and frustratingly different (and incredibly simple at the same time). With a foundation built on control systems theory, sigsys tests each players ability to identify dynamic (hidden) patterns in space and time.
Tribot – ($0.99)
Pilot a three-wheeled robot on several environments, completing missions while you gather precious gems and mystical magic boxes! Customize your bot with over 400 possible combinations! Tribot, a fast paced game by deVoid Games that will test your skills and reflexes – three times more than any other!
Worbble – ($1.99)
Experience the joy of bursting bubbles in a unique underwater environment by testing your vocabulary and general knowledge through the two modes: Word mode & Quiz mode. In all, it’s a fun mental exercise to keep your brain sharp!
Mole Dash HD – (Free)
Underground dashing is never this fun! Introducing Mole Dash! Help Mama Mole dashing through rocks, bombs and other crazy obstacles to find her children back from the evil guy who took them. Tilt your way through worlds of fantastic undergrounds, collect coins, upgrade your mole and spend hours playing this action packed dashing game!
Project: Mayhem – (Free)
Project: Mayhem is a fast paced platformer where you play as Mayhem, a biologically engineered weapon of mass destruction, trying to escape the clutches of his evil clones and, his creator, the mad scientist. During his escape Mayhem will run, jump and slide his way around obstacles such as spikes, electricity and the many forms of his evil clones.