I’ve been waiting for this game to come out for a long time, so I had to write SOMETHING about it. I was so excited for its release I actually bought it on an iPad at Best Buy on tour. Luckily they included a universal app so I didn’t have to pay again to put it on my iPhone.
The app feels more like an experience than a game. There’s a little bit of combat which focuses on timed attacks and blocks. The rest of the game focuses on puzzles and exploration. The unique art style is where S:S&SEP really shines. Somewhere between Zelda and Shadow of the Colossus with an 8-bit twist. The sound/music in this game is beyond anything I’ve ever played on a mobile device. Headphones are a MUST for this app.
I don’t want to spoil anything, but there’s a very clever feature where you have to pay attention to the phases of the moon (in real life and in-game) there’s a way to tweak it if you want to be a “cheating cheater.” I took that route because I’m very impatient, but if you can stand to wait, try playing the game the way the developers intended.
If you just want to play Angry Birds, then this game might not be for you, but I highly encourage everyone to cough up $2.99 for the micro version of this game. (For mostly selfish reasons - I want more games like this ASAP) Grab this amazing app at the link below.
I have absolutely nothing to do with the making of that game but I’m a big fan. Right now all the games I’m working on are in the development stages (meaning I haven’t released crap)
friend of mine needs a worker:
“I am looking for someone that would spend next week in Baltimore driving a Coinstar truck? A good back and clean driving record is necessary. Its basically an ATM on wheels probably going to the parking lots of major games. Pass this on to anyopne that might be interetsed. Travel and Lodging would be paid, plus an hourly rate.”
if you’re interested send me a message