Thursday, August 27, 2015

Power Rangers Dino Charge Rumble App Game

Saban Brands have partnered with StoryToys for an all-new app, Power Rangers Dino Charge Rumble, launching tomorrow on the App Store! The app will feature an original Power Rangers Dino Charge story in a 2D comic strip narrative, combined with stunning 3D battles between the Rangers and their alien opponents. 


StoryToys partners with Saban Brands to release Power Rangers Dino Charge Rumble, a high-octane game based on the new season of the iconic television series

Dublin, Ireland - August 27th, 2015 - StoryToys and Saban Brands today announced the release of Power Rangers Dino Charge Rumble, a 3D game for tablets and mobile phones integrating original comic book animation. Designed for Power Rangers fans of all ages to enjoy, the app is available from August 27th on the App Store, and is coming very soon to Google Play.

First launched in 1993, Saban’s Power Rangers quickly became the most-watched children’s television program in the United States and remains one of the top-rated and longest running children’s action series in television history. The winning formula combines action, adventure, humor and heart with themes of teamwork, fitness, friendship and helping others. 

Power Rangers Dino Charge Rumble is a brand-new app based on the latest Power Rangers TV season, which returns to a dinosaur theme, one of the most popular themes throughout the history of the franchise. The app presents an original Power Rangers Dino Charge story in a 2D comic strip narrative, combined with stunning 3D ‘battles’ between the Rangers and their alien opponents. Rangers, villains, Megazords and more are featured in the game where players can battle the evil Sledge and his monster army with simple taps and easy swipes. Players can also master all the Ranger moves, choose between a range of weapons or giant robots towering over the city and control different Megazord formations in a clash with super-sized villains. There are seven chapters with over 20 levels to explore and master.

Additionally, the game engine adapts to reflect the playing ability of the user. The ease-of-use and contact-free action make this app suitable for even the youngest of fans, while dramatic visual effects and animations combined with a sophisticated comic book and mini games ensure that it will also have strong appeal for older fans. 

“Saban’s Power Rangers is one of the world’s most popular and enduring children’s brands, and we’re thrilled to have partnered with Saban Brands to create a fresh and innovative experience for fans of all ages,” said Barry O’Neill, CEO of StoryToys.

“We are constantly looking for new ways to enhance the brand experience for our passionate Power Rangers fan base and working with StoryToys has allowed us to provide a brand-new digital product for fans to enjoy alongside the Power Rangers Dino Charge TV show,” said Brian Maeda, VP of Consumer Products, Saban Brands.






I Lavender Rnager have played it and it is mostly for kids, the story is like a 2-D comic book and the gameplay is 3D graphics. You can't choose which Rangers you want to play, the gameplay works fine. I will have my grandnephew Jaiden play it and I'll write what he thinks later, he has loved the apple games before. 


Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Power Rangers Dino Charge - When Logic Fails - Episode Review

Summary:
Recovering from the last ep, the Rangers mourn the Gem tracker and the loss of the Gold Dino Charger. Koda is hungry and Kendall sent Chase to go get a pizza. The Rangers discuss the different motives of Fury, Sledge and Poisandra. Tyler is confused (he's lucky he's not on Lost Galaxy) and Riley clarifies it with marbles, that they are all seeking the same end. Chase is attacked and loses the pizza. The bad guys revel in that they have the charger and broke the tracker. Fury goes down with a new monster and Wrench. The new monster Puzzler takes hold of an abandoned building. 

Puzzler makes the place into a maze for the Rangers to get lost in. They get split up and can't escape. Koda ends up in a room with a vending machine where he can't get the food. Chase and Tyler end up in different hallways. Shelby ends up in a stairwell. Riley figures a way out through the vent shaft.

Riley sneaks a peak in a room where Wrench is trying to help Fury and he sees gold energy trying to escape, confirming what Tyler saw in the last ep. Riley comes out at the top of the building and finds Puzzler.

Riley plays Chess with Puzzler and throws the different marbles into different shafts, alerting the Rangers and they find their ways out through vents. When Koda finds his way out, he finds there were cookies in boxes outside of the vending machine. When they fight Puzzler when big, Fury busts out Pterazord. 

The Rangers fight the Pterazord and Puzzler and destroy Puzzler. Sledge becomes buddy-buddy with Fury with his success with the Pterazord. Tyler and Riley discuss the gold energy he saw in Fury.

Review: 
Good ep but no real advancement in plot nor in characterization in Riley as he did use logic and the definition of logic in the episode seems a bit diluted. I did like Sledge liking Fury more.