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Submitted by wmmn80 381d ago | review

Badland Review - GamesReviews

From GamesReviews:

"Badland might be crammed into the category of an “Autorunner”, the genre of gaming where characters zoom along the screen and players just need to hit a jump button at the right moment. But the character in Badland doesn't actually run; it’s a weird furball that flies, and players have to tap the screen of the iPhone to flap its wings and keep it afloat. It’s an “Autoflapper” if you will, but that doesn't even begin to describe this unusual and engrossing game from the two-man team of Frogmind Games." (Badland, iPad, iPhone, Mobile) 8/10

PersonMan  +   381d ago
Just bought this game tonight. It's very easy to pick up. It reminds me of LIMBO if you could fly and you were always moving to the right.

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