1、<p>Golf Zero seems like the kind of wild concept that would come from the mind behind Dunkers, Wrassling, and FlipChamps. You need to aim for holes-in-ones and bounces as you leap through hazardous levels, in this blend of platforming and golf.</p><p>Each level is a deadly gauntlet of spikes, saws, springs, long gaps, and other traps, requiring you to sprint and wall-jump with precision. But you aren't trying to survive; in fact, you'll often die after hitting the ball. You're trying to reach the perfect angle to make the best shot.</p><p>Later levels will feature switches, gates, and holes in odd places, challenging you to use your limited number of balls to clear the way forward. Balloons throughout tempt you to make risky bonus shots, often in slow-motion while jumping through the air.</p>Golf Zero is planned to release on "mobile". and its development can followed on Twitter.
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2、<p>Cartoon Wars first came out as a Flash game and ended up being quite popular on mobile. The first two apps were downloaded by more than 80 million people (per Gamevil) and stayed in line with its flash roots (for better or worse).</p><p>It plays like a line defense game, a sort of tower defense where you need to place your units in different lines in order to reach the enemy' base.</p><p>Gamevil has now released the third outing in the series and you can download it on iOS and Android now. It looks to be more or less in line (get it?) with the previous Cartoon Wars so if you liked those, be sure to check this new one out.</p>