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Submitted by PNeafsey 344d ago | review

The Drowning (iOS) | FTG Review

FTG Writes: A Blunder From Down Under

The Drowning is a peculiar iOS title: an FPS that shies away from virtual buttons in favor of tap-targeting. Now, this may sound like a bad control scheme waiting to happen, but the reality is, it’s quite good. Thanks to the Unity Engine, of which it is one of many iOS titles to utilize, it is also very pretty. Not even pretty in the “for an iOS game” sense; this is a legitimately impressive looking video game. (iPad, iPhone, The Drowning) 5/10

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