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  • Summary: Help Curvebot rescue his Fiery Friends through 60 great levels of fun!? Great original gameplay - Free your Fiery Friends and avoid the Drones.? Finely tuned multitouch gives you precise Curvebot control.? Gorgeous 3D graphics - supports retina display and a super silky smooth 60 frames per second.? Full built-in tutorial to keep the head-scratching to a minimum.? 60 levels over 10 worlds - hours of fun & bags of variety.? 8 types of Drone to contend with - each with unique AI to keep your mind racing.? 7 types of "Clever Coin" - each with unique powers to help you in your quest.? 10 bonus challenges - for when you get good at this game.? 3 Special levels - for extra giggles!? Action replay at the end of each level.? Content suitable for all ages.? Full Game Centre support.? Supports iPod background music.Curvebot is a cracking game that's great fun to play. Get it now at a special introductory price.Supported Devices? iPhone 3GS? iPhone 4? iPod touch 3rd Generation? iPod touch 4th Generation? iPad 1? iPad 2Supports iOS 3.2 or better (also, takes advantage of extra features in iOS 4 if you have that) Expand
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Aug 1, 2011
    It's rare to find a game that embraces such an enjoyable mechanic.
  2. Jul 25, 2011
    Curvebot is a well made game. It's a unique idea with good controls, great presentation, and a lot of content. Where it might lose people is the slower game pace.
  3. Aug 1, 2011
    The visuals are crisp and clean, the animations are rock solid, and the soundtrack has a nice arcade vibe. In all, CurveBot is a fun game that hits the casual mark on its head.
  4. Jul 21, 2011
    CurveBot is a neat take on the mechanics of Qix, but it's a little underwhelming.
  5. Jul 18, 2011
    Taito's Qix is reborn in this visually arresting puzzle title, but fans will have to learn to live with its rough edges in order to gain maximum enjoyment.
  6. Aug 1, 2011
    At first, it's just a mild irritation, but the further you progress into this 60-level affair, the more aggressive the drones become and the more it starts to aggravate you when you can't see what to avoid.