The Binary Mill – Fun Apps and Games

If you’re looking for fun games for your iPhone or iPad, then look no further than The Binary Mill.  This is one of the more creative app makers I’ve seen in a while with games ranging from racing to shoot-em-up to just plain whacky.

The current favorite is Mini Motor Racing, which is a simple cartoonish motorized racing game.  It’s top-down racing game in 3D with some fun locations.  As you play, you can win points to upgrade your vehicle (or buy a new one) with each vehicle having more than one way to make it better, depending on your racing style.  You can play with up to four players when linked.

Fruit Boom is another imaginative and fun game.  This one sounds like it’s be warfare, but it’s actually a sort of battle and time management mashup.  As the local “Fruiterer,” your job is to collect fruits of the same type and throw them in the squeezer (press) to make fruit treats.  Screw up and things can get really hairy..  Tons of fun and very addicting.

Binary Mill has other games like Assault Squadron, Gun Club 2, Al Lowe’s Comedy Club, etc.  A new addition that’s very unusual is the Decide-o-Tron 8000, an app that works sort of like a Pandora for your game apps.  It watches your preferences and play style and learns your personality.  It then suggests games for you so you don’t have to flip through your catalog of owned games to decide what to play.  It even works on multiple platforms, so if you’re a PS/3 or Portable player, Xbox user, etc, then it will work there too.  Fun idea.

Definitely cool stuff coming out of this app house.

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