Haven't tried this on iOS just yet, but having already enjoyed said ground-breaking and utterly brilliant adventure on the PC, I can't help but suggest everyone grabs a copy of Last Express for their iPhone, iPad and, possibly, fridge. You'll love it. You'll love its rotoscaped graphics, you'll love its mature plot and excellent characters, you'll love the music, you'll love the atmosphere and most probably love me for urging you to give it a try.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Michael Brough's O. for the iPad is a fantastic game. A game that lets you get physical with your iPad and your opponent and one of the most enjoyable two-player offerings since Sensible Soccer. So, uhm, grab it, will you?
Also a rare game that can even be described like this:
Pirouette your fingers across the board, grabbing balls in one colour to keep your chain going while disrupting your opponent’s efforts. Your hands collide as you reach for the same ball and you roar with rage as they hog all the pink ones! Rack up points by sticking to one colour: the more you get in a row the more they're worth.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Don't Look Back, Terry Cavanagh's wonderful, minimalist, short and typically challenging platformer has been made available on Android. For free; properly and fully free. Get it over at Google Play and, please, don't make me use any more redundant words. It's a wonderful game and this is trying to be a minimalist post.