August was another great month at Soc.io! Apps kept on coming and our team kept on play-testing and reviewing. We enjoyed playing some great word puzzles, running fast in endless runners and saving the world by solving math problems. Having a lot of awesome developers on our side always brings new wonders like cute bugs, unique gameplay ideas and marvelous art. Hard-working developers are our heroes! That’s why we go deep into every app, we advise developers on how to monetize better and can’t wait to see what comes next from their creative minds.
As always there is no NUMBER ONE app for the month of August, just a small group of apps that we really liked.
Futile Tiles: A simple game in which you fit blocks into corresponding holes. With tons of different ways to play the game, nice minimalistic design, co-op and VS multiplayer modes and great music, Futile Tiles will test your speed & reflex, eye to hand coordination and will surely give you hours of unique puzzle entertainment. (full review here)
Kaboom: Are you still sharp at maths like you were in high school? Kaboom will unleash your inner mathematician. Solve simple problems and prevent bombs from destroying the most famous cities in the world.
Spark: Control two sparks that travel in space and avoid falling blocks. This might have been simple if the sparks weren’t connected to each other in an invisible circle which makes this game both fun and challenging.
Tetrex: We have all played Tetris at some point in our lives, but Tetrex brings a whole new twist to the old formula. Featuring falling blocks from both screen sides, multiplayer mode and collectible power points bring you more than one reason why you should revisit this new and improved “block buster”.