Anodia iOS

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  • Summary: INTRODUCTORY SALE — 50% OFF (first day only)!Anodia — long awaited, exciting and fresh game is finally available! Your mission is simple — break them all!Play through over 50 handcrafted and unique levels, compete with your friends on Game Center leader boards, unlock overINTRODUCTORY SALE — 50% OFF (first day only)!Anodia — long awaited, exciting and fresh game is finally available! Your mission is simple — break them all!Play through over 50 handcrafted and unique levels, compete with your friends on Game Center leader boards, unlock over 30 achievements and simply have a lot of fun.? MAIN FEATURES ?— brick breaker genre reinvented— fast-paced addictive gameplay— easy to pick up and play— over 50 handcrafted levels— over 20 bonuses— full Retina Display support— touch and tilt controls— superb realtime physics— Game Center integration— universal app— in-game instructions— it has a rainbow in it Expand
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. May 31, 2011
    90
    As a Universal release with Retina support, Anodia looks lovely on any device. I'm not sure it actually reinvents the brick breaker, but it's certainly an exciting and beautiful example of the genre.
  2. May 29, 2011
    90
    While most brick breakers are stale, generic clones of one another, Anodia uses stunning level design and an enjoyable Campaign mode to add beauty and replayability to a standout offering in an oversaturated genre.
  3. May 31, 2011
    80
    Anodia does everything just right. It sticks to a tried and tested formula but adds a much needed dose of originality to make it a great game in its own right.
  4. Jun 7, 2011
    75
    A nodia is a solid and fun Breakout clone, but it doesn't do a whole lot new.
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  1. Jun 4, 2011
    10
    I've played a lot of brick breakers, and whenever one claims to reinvent the genre I cringe a little bit. Usually it means they've added crazyI've played a lot of brick breakers, and whenever one claims to reinvent the genre I cringe a little bit. Usually it means they've added crazy paddles or rotation mechanics that turn the game into something totally different. All I want is a really awesome modern take on the Breakout formula. Is that so much to ask? Apparently not, because that's exactly what Anodia gives us. Functionally, it's a standard brick breaker, with one paddle at the bottom, some bricks to break on top, and a ball that bounces between them. The pickups that drop from broken bricks can enhance your game, making your paddle faster, giving you extra balls, and so on. They can also punish you, with handicaps like a stunned or shrunk paddle. All fairly typical stuff. Aesthetically, though, this game is anything but typical. The "bricks," in this case, can be almost anything. You'll be bouncing your ball at light bulbs, flowers, and beautiful geometric shapes, many of which move and sway with realistic physics. This can lead to some confusionâ Expand
  2. Apr 9, 2014
    8
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