IMPORTANT: If you should experience any trouble running this game, simply restart your device and then run the game again.
The highly anticipated sequel to Dark Nebula is finally here, and it’s twice as long!
The best way to sum this game up is that it's like a labyrinth game but on steroids. Just tilt the device to move your character through the levels while avoiding traps, opening doors, bouncing, sliding and not falling off.
Designed by game industry veteran Anders Hejdenberg, lead designer of many world class games, including Battlefield 2: Modern Combat.
* Over 25 completely new enemies and obstacles.
* 19 action-packed levels that span across six different environments, from lush jungles to barren wastelands.
* Completely new combat system that enables you to fight enemies.
* Cinematic musical score.
* Global leaderboards and facebook integration.… Expand
Positive: 11 out of 11
Mixed: 0 out of 11
Negative: 0 out of 11
Positive: 2 out of 2
Mixed: 0 out of 2
Negative: 0 out of 2
Few genres have transitioned well to mobile devices other than puzzle and simulation games to date. Sure you have your standard action RPGs (Dungeon Hunter, Chaos Rings) and old School games (Myst, Oregon Trail), but in general those still don't feel right on the touch portable devices. What does feel right is a game built from the ground up specifically for mobile devices, that uses the innate controls of the system (touch or tilt), and has aesthetic sensibilities that fit. Such thinking has delivered greats from Zen Bound to Infinity Blade. Thankfully 1337 Design understands, and has delivered a phenomenal game that suits the platform perfectly, stands tall next to mobile game greats, and betters the original in every way.… Expand
7Weird this game is. It's simple in it's design but the way it's presented makes a player feels like his controling some kind of super hero through sci-fi advanture RPG world... :) Every time it's magical how a game is far better than a sum of its parts. Graphic 6/10, audio 6.5/10, gameplay 8/10. I'm suprised but this game is actually good but don't expect much. :)… Collapse
Published: December 21, 2010Whether you are a longtime iPhone user or you just received an iPad from Santa, you're probably looking for something fun to do with your Apple device. Here are this year's best-reviewed games available in the App Store.