Monthly Archives: December 2015

Share Your Custom hocus. Levels

hocus. By: Yunus Ayyildiz The iOS perspective game hocus. by Yunus Ayyildiz just got a level editor, so I thought it would be fun to share some custom levels. I'll be posting some of my own here, but feel free to share your own in the comments section. Click on the image to go to that puzzle. *Note: These links will only work if you have the game installed on your device.** Read more [...]

AppUnwrapper’s Best iOS Games of 2015

2015 was a big year for mobile. There were so many great games, especially in the adventure and puzzle genres. I couldn't possibly play through all of them, so there are likely some hits that I missed. But based on the ones I did play, these were my favorites. Other than Her Story, these aren't in any particular order. You can find my reviews by clicking on each game's title. It was also a big year for AppUnwrapper.com, as I started making YouTube videos alongside my reviews and walkthroughs. Read more [...]

Christmas and Holiday 2015 iOS Sales and Freebies

There are a lot of iPhone and iPad sales happening at the moment. I won't be listing all of them, but there are a few I think are worth pointing out. I'll add to this as I see them. Click on the titles for my review where available. The Room by Fireproof Games is currently FREE, down from $0.99. God of Light by Playmous is currently FREE, down from $1.99. Attack the Light - Steven Universe Light RPG by Cartoon Network is currently FREE, down from $2.99. Broken Sword 5 - the Serpent's Curse Read more [...]

The Secret of Chimera Labs: Walkthrough Guide

The Secret of Chimera Labs By: Aircamp Games This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide for the iOS and Android game The Secret of Chimera Labs by Aircamp Games. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: 1. The doors of the building are locked. But look at this sign near the sculpture. 2. Go around the back of the building. Open the grate to get a security access card. 3. Go back around to the front and use the key card to open the door and go inside. 4. Read more [...]

Finding the Right Words: An Interview with Neven Mrgan About Grayout, the Prequel to Blackbar

Grayout By: Mrgan LLC I was a couple of years late to the party with Neven Mrgan and James Moore's censorship game Blackbar, but it's a trippy experience that I recommend trying if you haven't yet. It uses dark humor and absurdity to warn us about relying too heavily on surveillance and censorship. I loved the tone of the game, so when I heard they were working on a prequel called Grayout, I was definitely intrigued. I had a chance to play the game in beta ahead of release and have spent a lot Read more [...]