Submitted by AvaultMichele 1502d ago | opinion piece

Avault: Thursday App Attack for 10/13

Inevitably, most things become boring. This fact is one of the reasons Avault's Matthew Booth likes iOS games. If he spends a dollar on an app and plays it for an hour, he feels little remorse when he moves on to a different game. Whereas with console/PC games, when he spends between twenty and sixty dollars, if he hasn’t invested 5-10 hours (hopefully more) in the game, he’ll typically wait to purchase another title. This week’s collection of apps are all great titles and with the exception of <em>Squids</em>, they’re all titles that are thoroughly enjoyable but don’t require a lot of attention. Essentially, they’re ideal mobile games. He singled out <em>Squids</em> because, as you will soon read, it has an interesting story and mechanics that deserve a little more devotion. Enjoy! (Castle Clout, iPhone, Katamari amore, Squids)

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