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Submitted by CFerrendelli 895d ago | news

‘Don’t Look Back’ Available For Android And iOS, An Experiment For ‘VVVVVV’

"Terry Cavanagh, creator of the recently released Super Hexagon, has had some time to work on a side project of his, porting Don’t Look Back to the Android and iOS platforms. Cavanagh created Don’t Look Back in early 2009 in which he states he’s extremely proud of his creation, despite the “numerous flaws.” If that statement is affecting your decision on whether to pick it up or not, don’t worry, the game will be totally free." -Charles Ferrendelli (Android, Don't Look Back, iPad, iPhone, Mobile)

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