Love Me Not iOS

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  • Summary: ??? Vibrantly beautiful flower defense ???*****Touch Arcade (5/5) - "Love Me Not is the app equivalent of spending a weekend camping hundreds of miles from civilization after months of the breathless, restless daily grind in a dense urban city: it is refreshing, relieving, revitilizing,??? Vibrantly beautiful flower defense ???*****Touch Arcade (5/5) - "Love Me Not is the app equivalent of spending a weekend camping hundreds of miles from civilization after months of the breathless, restless daily grind in a dense urban city: it is refreshing, relieving, revitilizing, and reinvigorating"IndieGames.com - "I really enjoy the psychedelic visuals, and the score-based gameplay itself is quite compelling"*****Love Me Not is inspired by the childhood game of picking the petals off of flowers to guess the interest of your crush. Pick petals to defend your flower from bugs. Break hearts to revive your flower. Survive as long as you can to beat your friends’ hi score. Your garden is constantly changing with vibrant colors as the cosmos scrolls across the sky.? How To Play ?Just tilt your phone to spin the flower and tap petals to shoot them.It couldn’t be easier! Protip:Tilt to curve your shot and hit more bugs!Trailer:http://youtu.be/cJtEN96-yMMFollow Uncade!on Twitter: @UncadeGameson Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Uncade*** This game does not support 1st and 2nd generation devices. It supports the iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 3rd gen (32gb) and up. Expand
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  1. Jun 15, 2012
    75
    This visually appealing arcade game provides a uniquely enjoyable experience, but its minimalist design left us wanting just a few more features.
  2. Hyper Magazine
    Aug 8, 2012
    60
    Good fun and quite aesthetically pleasing, but the tilt controls are strictly binary and there's not much to keep you coming back. [Sept 2012, p.31]