Steel Rain, Draw the Line & Arcanas Defender new iOS apps
If you happen to be a gamer on the iOS platform you just might like to know that three new iOS games have now hit the App Store, and those games are Steel Rain, where the gamer is a door gunner in a marine corps airborne unit, Draw the Line HD, whereby you get to draw lines with a variety of paints, and Arcana’s Defender, a magic and mayhem adventure game.
So let’s find out what these three new iOS games have to offer the gamer, and we’ll kick off with that Steel Rain shooter game…
Steel Rain is for the iPhone, iPod Touch and Apple iPad, and your mission is to protect a professor as he tries to flee the zombie infested nuclear fallout, you are the gunner aboard a Huey attack helicopter and have to mow down the hoards of zombies as they try to eat the prof.
Steel Rain offers 12 differing 3D environments for you to unlock, your weapon is a door mounted 7.62mm fully automatic machine gun, and air to ground rocket launcher, and for each zombie you snuff out you collect coins to use on upgrading your weapons. For those that would like to have a go at Steel rain you can purchase the app from iTunes at a cost of $1.99.
Moving on to Draw the Line HD for the Apple iPad, Milton the bookworm requires your help in a magical library, as Milton’s girlfriend has been kidnapped and being held in a pop-up-book castle and Milton has a contraption to get into the castle but needs your assistance with supplies.
Draw the Line HD features 75 unique challenging levels over 3 chapters, with original soundtrack by P.SUS, full retina display support for the new iPad, friendly interactive system, and a cute interactive character. The Draw the Line HD app can be yours at a cost of $1.99 from iTunes.
Lastly we have the Arcana’s Defender app for iOS devices, places the gamer in a frantic adventure of mayhem and magic whereby you cast spells and summons in order to halt the advancing hordes from taking the Pricess Arcana back to the evil Litch Lord’s tower.
Arcana’s Defender offers a combination of arcade style shooters and strategic defence games to deliver fast paced action, and allows the gamer to play as they want with three difficulty settings, along with a variety of upgrades and spells. The Arcana’s Defender app can be downloaded from iTunes at a cost of $1.99.
So there you go, three new games for you to get to grips with, and if you do, feel free to let us know what you think of the games by dropping us a line to our comments area below.