Of wealth, of filial fear, law, kindred, fame!<p>RetroEpic Software is bringing its 2011 puzzler A Day in the Woods to iOS on April 2nd.</p><p>It has you guiding Little Red Riding Hood to her granny's house through a dangerous forest.</p><p>It's a sliding puzzler, so you have to move Red around on a grid with hexagonal tiles. Avoiding bears, spiders, and the Big Bad Wolf is a must.</p><p>Red isn't on her own, though. At times, you can call in the aid of beehives, bunny rabbits, and the woodcutter. You can also have Red collect flowers and berries along the way.Compared to the PC version, this iOS take on the game has an updated wood-cut style art, new music, and 60 improved puzzles.</p>A Day in the Woods will cost £3.99 / $4.99 when it arrives on iOS on April 2nd. Check out its website for more information.
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<p>Nordcurrent has released the latest update for its hit restaurant management sim, Cooking Fever, which puts you in charge of Cafe Mexicana, a Mexican-themed restaurant.</p><p>Here you can serve up delicious Mexican meals like tacos, nachos, and quesadillas to your impatient customers as well as side dishes like guacamole.</p><p>The latest update proved a huge hit with you Cooking Fever fans who are clearly hungry for more considering that over a million of you flocked to the update as soon as it launched on iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire devices.</p><p>The total number of Cooking Fever downloads now sits at a whopping 60 million but Nordcurrent isn't content to rest here. New updates are planned which will add a huge variety of new restaurants and Windows Phone and Facebook versions are also in the works for an early 2016 release.</p><p>Cooking Fever is a time management and restaurant simulator in which you have to serve up an enormous variety of delicious meals to impatient customers to earn money to set up new restaurants across the globe.</p><p>Head on over to the App Store [download], Google Play [download], or the Amazon Appstore [download] to check it out right now.</p>
<p>Isometric puzzler Socioball is out on Android. Why should you care? It was the runner-up at our Very Big Indie Pitch at Pocket Gamer Connects Bangalore back in April.</p><p>It positioned that well due to its clean art style and particularly pleasing puzzle mechanics. The idea is to place action tiles on the grid in each of its 60 levels so that the ball rolls its way to the exit.</p><p>It's not an original game by any means but where it does strike out into relatively new territory is its level editor and Twitter integration.</p><p>Quite simply, you create a level in the level editor and then can share it with other people on Twitter.</p>
<p>Microids has released a freemium version of its old point-and-click adventure game Syberia - Part 1 on Android.</p><p>The game was released on Android last year and is still available for £4.99 / $6.99.</p><p>This freemium version simply gives you a part of the game for free to try out. It's a demo, really. If you want the full version after that, you can get it through a £4.99 / $6.99 IAP.</p><p>We weren't too impressed by Syberia - Part 1 in our review. It's not a bad game per se - we called it "an entertainingly enigmatic tale" -it's just an old one.</p><p>It suffers from being a bit clunky and creaky, basically.</p>
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