www.tweaktown.com Released on August 4, 2011 as a sequel to Cut the Rope, Cut the Rope: Experiments closely matches its prequel in terms of gameplay and presentation, only that it introduces novel gameplay elements, storyline and characters. In this game, the Professor provides running commentary over the course of the game while players unlock new levels to gather hidden photos that lead to solving the mystery behind the character of Om Nom.
www.crashgame.org This 2013 racing video game was developed by Firemonkeys Studios and was released on February 28, 2013 on iOS and Android. Published by Electronic Arts for BlackBerry 10, Nvidia Shield, iOS and Android, it is a sequel to Real Racing and Real Racing 2. It features ten licensed tracks, 88 officially licensed cars and 22 car grids.
doublemesh.com This puzzle video game was published and developed by 2D Boy. Released on December 13, 2008 on Wii and Microsoft Windows, this game has won several gaming awards since its release, including Design Innovation Award and Seumas McNally Grand Prize. Divided into five chapters, it involves creating huge structures through the use of balls of goo.
www.gametrailers.com Developed by Playdead, this puzzle-platform video game was released in July 2010. It is a 2D side scroller video game that incorporates the physics system Box2D to control the player character and the environmental objects involved in the game. In this game, the player directs an anonymous boy as he makes his way through dangerous landscapes.