Posted: 16 Aug 2012 06:18 AM PDT
Godzilab’s smashing physics puzzler iBlast Moki 2 HD (here’s our review for the original iBlast Moki) isn’t just nearing its one year anniversary on the App Store, it’s also gone free for the very first time. Previously at $4.99, this unique and visually vibrant adventure has you trying to find ways to move the Mokis from point A to B (aka the “magical spiral”), all with the aid of paint bombs and other contraptions like ropes, rising balloons and rotating wheels. And once you’ve passed all 90 levels across 6 different worlds, an advanced physics editor awaits (the same tool used to create entire game), where you can design your own levels and share them online. A recent update has also added support for iPad 3′s retina display. Needless to say, if you enjoy a great puzzle game, this right here is a must-have app.
Godzilab, iBlast Moki 2 HD - Free
Posted: 16 Aug 2012 05:49 AM PDT
One of the staples of my game playing diet growing up was the adventure game, whether it entailed a text only affair like Zork or a sprawling 16 color extravaganza such as King's Quest. Sadly, it seems as technology has gotten better the gamers' taste for epic narratives and thoughtful puzzle solving has diminished, or so the folks in charge would have you believe. Thankfully the mobile renaissance has rekindled the spark for puzzle games, and amazingly enough it seems even for the full fledged adventure game. One of my favorite original IPs in this genre where iOS devices are concerned has always been The Secret of Grisly Manor, and after playing through its spiritual sequel – The Lost City – I can't wait to see what this developer offers up next.
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