iPod touch app game question

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by iamrawr, May 29, 2010.

  1. iamrawr macrumors 6502


    Apr 16, 2010
    New Jersey
    Can anyone suggest me a fun, worth the money (cheaper the better), relaxing iPod touch game that doesn't consume a lot of battery? :) please and thank you. Something that you can play while waiting for someone to meet you while at a starbucks store.
  2. zeemeerman2 macrumors 6502

    Feb 21, 2010
    So basically you want some casual games you can quit anytime without losing much (or anything).

    *takes iPod Touch and reads some app names.*

    Let's begin with Bouncedown. It's a free app, created by Jagex (also known from RuneScape btw). A survive game. Pretty fun.
    Battery usage: light-to-medium.

    Labyrinth 2, a ball-rolling game with one of the best physics yet in my opinion. It costs 5 dollars or 4 euros. If you press the standby button, the game just pauses and you can play it from that exact point if you put it back on. Very fun to play. Also a free demo available.
    Battery usage... medium-to-heavy, but when playing for short times, it's no problem.

    Unblock Me is a puzzle game. Quite fun. 1 dollar or 0.80 euros. Settling with the free version gives a lot of content too.
    Battery usage: light.

    If you like music, you can either try DanceDanceRevolution S (DDR S for short) (5 dollars or 1.60 euros) or Tap Tap Revenge 3, free with optional in-game purchases.
    DDR S has shorter songs to play than Tap Tap Revenge 3, which is more ideal for short, quick matches. Downside is that you cannot pause the game while in a song while in Tap Tap Revenge 3, you can.
    DDR S features more dance themes while Tap Tap Revenge 3 feature more rock themes.
    DDR S consumes a lot of battery, but it's fun nontheless. Just wanted to show you. :p Also, Tap Tap Revenge 3 doesn't use that much. Say medium-to-heavy.

    Wanted to put out this because of Tap Studio is basically something like Tap Tap Revenge 3, also free, but then it comes with an editor able to record song steps and play your own songs. It doesn't come with songs from itself. Great if you like Tap Tap Revenge 3. But try out that one first. ;)
    The Pro version (3 dollars or 2.40 euros) comes with a library of song steps that can be uploaded/downloaded by you and by other users. For legal reasons, you have to own the song. Really, the song has to be into your iPod Music library. Heck, it becomes clear when you play it. :)
    Pro version available through App Store or in-game download. Battery usage: medium.
  3. DuckSoup macrumors 6502a


    Mar 7, 2008
    Upstate Central NY
    Not sure what they cost, but take a look at:

    Black Box
    Pente Lite

  4. westam macrumors member


    May 8, 2010
    I like Sallys Spa, i think it is 2.99 right now

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