It’s easy to be sceptical when a console franchise comes to iOS. There’s always the suspicion of a cheap cash in, or just of a game not suited to the new platform. This latter worry is especially true in regard to console games that require a great deal of precision, much like Joe Danger. With Joe Danger Touch, Hello Games showed that there was nothing to fear, crafting a game that felt custom-built for iDevices rather than shoved awkwardly onto a touch screen. With Joe Danger Infinity the developer have done the same, and though it doesn’t differ far from its predecessor, more Joe Danger is more than welcome.