Windows 8.1 apps worth checking out: Mini Golf Mundo, Tennis in the Face, Beyond Ynth HD, and Wheelom Written by Ron on January 26, 2014, 08:00PM
If you are looking to check out some new apps for your Windows 8.1 or Windows RT device, look no further. We are going to showcase four apps for your device that are sure to keep you entertained for hours.
First up, Mini Golf Mundo. This app runs for $1.99 and is a fun golfing game. "Putt your ball around these challenging 18 hole mini golf courses in “Mini Golf Mundo”. Play along or with up to 3 friends across 4 different courses. In addition to great looking graphics, this game features many challenging yet fun holes. Mini Golf Mundo was built using an advanced physics engine which provides realistic game play and refined by the masters to be as smooth as possible. It doesn't matter if it is sunshine or rain outside, in here it is nothing but green," the app description reads.
This app is well worth the price as it provides countless hours of fun, especially to those who enjoy mini golfing. Unfortunately, this app requires Windows 8.1 and will not work on Windows RT.
Tennis in the Face is a hilarious bouncer-game where you can save the city with your extraordinary tennis skills. All you have to do is hold and drag, observe the aiming line, and release to serve a furious tennis smash. This app runs for $1.49 and you are able to check out the game as a free trial.
"This is no Wimbledon, this is Tennis in the Face! Get ready for some hilarious ragdoll-smashing ball-bouncing action! Help Pete Pagassi to save the city from an evil energy drink corporation Explodz. Knock out creepy clowns, evil riot police and other Explodz-addicted maniacs with a tennis ball in the face. Bounce the ball off walls to reach targets lurking in cover and watch them tumble hilariously. Trigger masterful chain reactions and watch the chaos unfold. Finally enjoy the level finale in slow motion!" the app description reads.
Beyond Ynth HD is a simple game where you must move, turn, and traverse labyrinth boxes in order to pass the level. The game is beautifully designed and the levels are extremely well designed. This game runs for $3.49 and a free trial is available.
"Embark on an epic adventure that will take you beyond anything you have ever experienced before! This is the story of Kribl, a little bug on a big journey to bring light back to the Kingdom of Kriblonia. Help him to successfully traverse unexplored terrifying territories and find all the light-giving Dazzly Diamonds that were stolen by the Four Dark Spiders of the Apocalypse!" the app description reads.
Finally, we have Wheelom. This game is free and features forty side-scrolling levels with 3D graphics and 3D mazes. "You control a little droid named Wheelom, who got lost on a secret mission far away from home. Wheelom must travel through levels avoiding enemies trying to crush him, collecting keys he needs to unlock portals that take him along his journey," the app description reads.
Hit the download link below to snag the apps. Let us know which one you like the best!