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Tengami, Stubies or Flappy Stache are the games of the week

Stubies

Tengami

Tengami era uno de los juegos más esperados de 2013 y se retrasó hasta 2014. Concretamente ha salido este jueves y ya llevo bastante rato de juego y la verdad es que está muy bien. Me encanta su aspecto , sus gráficos, su papel con toque de acuarela. Hay que dejar claro que es un juego de puzzles en el que te vas desplazando a base de pulsaciones en la pantalla, lo que a veces puede desesperar a uno por la lentitud del desarrollo. Pero lo de que se despliegue el escenario es algo increíble e innovador.

Tengami, Stubies or Flappy Stache are the games of the week
Tengami, Stubies or Flappy Stache are the games of the week

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Flappy Stache

We start with the most vintage: the GamBoy emulator for iOS that has made the jump to version 2.0.

As we advanced this week we read in awe how we might be able to install a GamBoy emulator on our iOS device again without going through the App Store. I have been able to test it and it works perfectly. To install it first you have to change the day of the device to a date before February 19, 2014. When you open the application you can go back to the normal date, unless you reboot the device. Depending on the developers, it will still be possible to install on iOS 7.1.

Dropbox synchronization, iOS 7 controller support, of course adapted to iOS 7 and iPad support , codes and tricks and a few other things. We’ll be able to play the Mario classics, all the Pokémon, Zelda… If you’d like to relive it, you can’t miss it for the world.

Another of the news of the week is the little information that the people of Mojang have given us, concretely the team of Minceraft: Pocket Edition :

Great news, since Minecraft worlds on mobile devices get too small, at one point you’re on the other side of the map when on the PC it can take hours to go through a cave or forest.

The news doesn’t end here, as FTL, Faster Than Light, a game we talked about a while ago and that we told you would arrive on the iPad is on the right track. Not only in the iPad version but also in the PC update there will be new systems and subsystems, for example it will be possible to clone crew members, hack our enemies and as new weapons, shields, drones… I can’t wait any longer for the iPad, but the date is still uncertain.

Now, let’s go to the best games of the week.

Stubies

We can’t go on without mentioning the featured game of the week, which is still number 1 on the App Store since we talked about it four days ago. For one euro you are guaranteed to have fun. And don’t think it’s easy, on the contrary, there are some crazy and fun levels!

Price: 0.89 euros

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Flappy Stache

Fright Fight

No me gustaría acabar sin antes recomendaros también Fright Fight. Si bien su apariencia no me acaba de convencer –el tema monstruos y demás no me gusta– el enfoque sí me gusta, ya que intenta ser un Super Smash bros de iOS . Los controles son de lo más sencillos y no es nada complicado. Copia muchos guiños al Smash Bros original, el único problema que tiene es que de momento es online y hay muchas caídas de las partidas. A pesar de ello es gratis y si te lo pasaste bien con el juego de Nintendo también disfrutarás de este.

Precio: gratis

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The clones are not dead yet, and as you might have guessed, the game will try to guide a mustache between columns of razors… What a challenge, at least it’s free.

Price: free

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