Today, King.com, the online skill games provider, released its first games for the iPhone (Amazon Survival, picture) and Facebook (Kalorie King and Mars Live). According to mobile analytics company Mobclix, games represent the largest category of the Apple App store offering with 20% of the 50,000 applications available. Users can choose from 150 different skill games from King.com or mygame.com in nine different languages, so far the site has 17.5 million unique users per month (according to the company).
See the new games descriptions after the jump.
The new games:
Amazon Survival is a puzzle game where you save the Amazon forest. In attack mode, you must match as many blocks as you can before the time expires. In survival mode, you must match as many blocks as you can before spending all your energy. Amazon Survival is available at Apple’s iTunes store.
Kalorie King helps you and your friends get in shape. The object is to burn as many calories as you can in the time allotted by catching falling vegetables, fruits and vitamins to increase your score. You can challenge friends to a “weight loss” tournament, and find out who can burn the most calories the quickest. Winner can show off their score and write comments to their Facebook newsfeed. Kalorie King is available on Facebook at: http://apps.facebook.com/kalorie-king/.
Mars Lives is King.com’s premier MMOG game about the first human settlers on Mars and the challenges and adventures they face. From flying mushroom to robot sports leagues, this episodic game contains all the fun, excitement and tension faced when inhabiting a brave new world. Mars Lives is available for free on Facebook at: http://apps.facebook.com/mars-lives/game3.
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