Where Cards Fall From Toronto-Based Snowman Out On Apple Arcade

Where Cards Fall From Toronto-Based Snowman Out On Apple Arcade

Apple has released its subscription service Apple Arcade on iOS this week and there are a few Canadian-developed games as part of the launch. First up is Where Cards Fall from Los Angeles developer The Game Band and published by Snowman, developers of Alto Adventure.

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Alone With You and Home Creator Launches Latest 'Worse Than Death' On iOS

Benjamin Rivers, the indie developer behind Home and Alone With You announced Worse Than Death earlier this year, and now, in a celebration of Canada Day you can play the game on iOS right now.

WORSE THAN DEATH is a scary, emotional thriller about a high school reunion that goes horribly wrong. As Holly runs for her life, desperate to rescue her best friend Flynn from a terrible force that's hunting them both, she must survive unexpected truths about her home town, her friends, and even herself.

The game is still expected to come to PlayStation 4, Switch, and Steam and considering the game is obviously finished, hopefully we don’t have to long to wait. You can download Worse Than Death on iOS right here for $5.49 CAD.


Rocketship Park Releasing Word Forward May 22nd On iPhone, Apple TV, and Android

Rocketship Park out of St. Catharines Ontario announced yesterday their next game, this time a word puzzle game. Word Forward has you using all the letters in a 5x5 grid to make words disappear and clear the board:

Word Forward isn’t about spelling the longest words or the most clever - it’s about carefully using every tile to declare victory in 500 puzzles. It requires cunning and strategy -- Word Forward is a brain teaser that will really make you think!

Word Forward comes hot off the heels of re-releasing Block Droppin on iOS. Word Forward will hit iPhone, Apple TV, and Android phones May 22nd. If you’re an Android user you can pre-register for the game right here.

Golf Blitz From Noodlecake Studios Launching Worldwide May 2nd (Out Now For Some Countries Including Canada)

Saskatchewan based Noodlecake Studios will be launching its latest Stickman game Golf Blitz worldwide on iOS and Android phones on May 2nd. Luckily if you’re in one of Canada, Ireland, Germany, South Korea or the Philippines you can play it today.

For the rest of the world, you’ll have to wait a few more days. In the meantime check out the trailer below.

Block Droppin Blitz Out Now On iOS

A couple of years ago, Niagara-based Rocketship Park was formed and shortly after that they released Block Droppin’. Now the gang have updated their puzzle game, and released Block Droppin Blitz on iOS:

Slide blocks to make shapes. Drop shapes to score points. But be careful about where those shapes end up!

Block Droppin’ is the latest fast-paced puzzle game to train your brain and test your reflexes. Combining elements of sliding tiles, falling blocks, and old school puzzle games, Block Droppin’ takes quick wits and concentration, so make sure your sliding skills are up to the task!

CEO Jim Squires took to medium to write up about the first game, and why the latest game isn’t free-to-play anymore. Block Droppin Blitz can be picked up on iOS right here for $2.99.

Monster Slaying Puzzle Game '4096 Slayer' Out Now On iOS and Android

Developer Maple Mana (aka Dan Currie) have released a new monster slaying puzzle game on iOS and Android - ‘4096 Slayer’ takes a unique spin on 2048 this time adding monsters, where everytime you kill the strongest one, a new one appears twice as strong. Check out the trailer below and download the game on iOS and Android devices.

Guildmaster Story Out Now On iOS and Android

Little Red Lie, and Actual Sunlight developer Will O’Neill has released his latest, this time a free-to-play narrative puzzle game on iOS and Android devices. Will promises that “Guildmaster Story will delight everyone who ever worked an unpaid internship, got steamrolled by the sharing economy, or suspects that the people responsible for it all are precisely who they seem to be.” There will also be new episodic content in 2019, so make sure to download today.