Union releases Burn the City, Falling Fred and Kona's Crate to BlackBerry App World

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By Bla1ze on 19 Oct 2011 03:51 pm EDT
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As noted in yesterdays BlackBerry DevCon general session keynote, the folks from Unity have now started their roll out of games for the BlackBerry PlayBook. Burn the City, Falling Fred and Kona's Crate have all been approved  to BlackBerry App World and are available for download. Surprisingly, they're not priced nearly as high as some of the other games we've seen released most recently. All three titles are available for only $.99 cents.

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Union releases Burn the City, Falling Fred and Kona's Crate to BlackBerry App World

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It's good to see something, finally, come from Union/Unity. However, it's somewhat surprising that the three games that have been released are not the ones that were initially spoken about or shown in May 2011. For example:

Samurai II: Vengeance
Racer by Luma Arcade
AirAttack HD by Art in Games
Battle Bears -1 by SkyVu Pictures
Chop Chop Tennis by Gamerizon.

Samurai II: Vengence has been on my must buy list for so long :)

I bought all 3 games starting with Burn the City last night. Both Konas Crate and Falling Fred stalls and crashes at the loading screen just before the actual game starts. I'm sure it works properly with any OS version other than OS 2.0.0.3778.

BTW... Burn the City is amazing. Maybe BlackBerry doesn't need a Angry Birds.

I agree but was convinced to buy after looking at these game's reviews on the iPhone and iPad's. Plus I felt you can't go wrong when only spending $.99.

Now I just gotta wait for the 2.0 downgrade tonight. Ugh

Gameloft and EA have my full attention haha, I woulda risked it before. But after coughing up big bucks already, I'm gunna hold off on any risks for a bit ;D

I haven't tried the other two yet, but Burn the City is awesome. Angry Birds is a little played out and this is a well done game that is similar, yet has a fresh take on it.