New iPhone apps worth downloading: ChatterMob, After Earth, Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright Trilogy HD

May 30, 2013
Tech

Grab ChatterMob if you’re the kind of person who loves to share opinions. The app brings you surveys on a number of products and rewards you with points and prizes for filling them out. We’ve also got some great new games: After Earth, a 3-D endless runner based on the film of the same name, […]

Grab ChatterMob if you’re the kind of person who loves to share opinions. The app brings you surveys on a number of products and rewards you with points and prizes for filling them out. We’ve also got some great new games: After Earth, a 3-D endless runner based on the film of the same name, and Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright Trilogy HD, a compendium of three games that have you arguing your clients’ innocence in court.


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ChatterMob (Free)

What’s it about? ChatterMob is a survey app that rewards you for giving your opinion on various products.

What’s cool? Giving your opinion on different products and brands can be lucrative if you’re into that sort of thing, and ChatterMob provides a means through which to get rewards for having thoughts and feelings about various things you can buy. The app presents users with various surveys and rewards them with points that can be traded for prizes. You can quickly swipe through surveys and questions and you can skip any question you’re not interested in answering.

Who’s it for? If you like trading your opinions for prizes, ChatterMob’s an easy way to do it.

What’s it like? Get more surveys and stuff from Surveys On The Go and e-Rewards Mobile.

After Earth ($0.99)

What’s it about? Part running title, part action game, After Earth has players engaging in intense battles and running through the dangerous terrain of Earth.

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What’s cool? Like other movie tie-in games that have come out lately, After Earth takes after Temple Run 2, putting players in an endless running scenario that requires dodging obstacles, fighting enemies and grabbing coins. After Earth mixes in a few other features into that formula – specifically, battles with other characters and creatures that take you briefly away from the running setting. There are also multiple game modes, like an endless mode that just lets you run if you prefer that to the more story-like elements.

Who’s it for? I Fans of After Earth, which hits theaters this weekend, and running titles should check this one out.

What’s it like? Temple Run: Oz and Pitfall! both share similar mechanics and offer fun takes on the genre.

Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright Trilogy HD (Free)

What’s it about? Well-loved courtroom drama game Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney comes to iOS with its sequels, making the jump from other platforms such as the Nintendo DS.

What’s cool? The Phoenix Wright games put players in the role of a rookie attorney who has to defend innocent people and fight to see justice served in the court room. You’ll need to use evidence to analyze witness testimony, seek out lies and expose the truth for in order to succeed. Publisher Capcom had previously released one of the Phoenix Wright games on iOS, but Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright Trilogy sees three full games available on your iPhone and iPad for the first time.  Ace Attorney comes with the first two cases available in the game, but you’ll have to purchase the rest in bundles organized either by game, or as one big group.

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Who’s it for? Fans of the Phoenix Wright games can get three in one app here, and this is a good way to check out the Ace Attorney games if you’re into story-based titles that require you to think and analyze.

What’s it like? Check out other great games ported from Nintendo DS, such as Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective and Might & Magic Clash of Heroes.


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