By Marcus Eckert
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For a marine mammal, the hedgehog spends a disconcerting amount of time on land. What do they want, what are they up to?
Hedgehogs are troubled spirits, and yet, they never fail to entertain the masses with their acrobatic feats. Many people don't know, however, that hedgehogs aren't born this way. Hedgehogs need to be trained and molded into the tiny, fiscally responsible acrobats we know and love.
That's where you come in.
Train your hedgehog in more than 40 challenges and keep his cunning mind from veering. We will give you a sensible amount of ropes (11) and 6 special powers, like the ability to deploy a parachute, control the wind or summon a vortex. Your challenges will change with the nature of those powers.
So, crash those orbs as fast as you can, collect those stars and keep track of your performance with built-in stats. We will even let you tweak the rope physics, because we're not just accomplished scientists, we're also human.
You might encounter detailed animation along the way. But don't fall for it. It's designed to fool you into empathy.
What's New in Version 1.35
new: iPad support, iCloud syncing (iOS 6), small improvements, tiny bugs squashed
previously: much better tilt or touch controls, better guide
Wide Sky has amazing potential. The graphics and menus are great, the music is cheerful and jaunty, even the concept is cool. Price perfect. Game play is perhaps a tad over tricky... No it is over tricky. I've been pretty persistent even through occasionally gritted teeth and have only 2 challenges left on the Sparrow Rope but now I'm not having fun anymore. The timed challenges seem next to impossible (I think I'm up to try 50 or 60 or more) and now I'm done. Not even sure what the old ropes are good for or why I'm unlocking them. Love it, really, but more than an hour or two spent on one challenge? What's the reward?
I'll never know...
Great game made of pure quality
Not going t say much about the game, but I will talk about people giving this negative reviews because its a bit complex. You're going to rate it poorly because you felt like it was just too complex to have fun? That means that you don't seem to like things that take some getting used to, it doesn't mean that it's a bad game. Stoopids
Looks great, little substance
Firstly the game is beautiful, J. J. Abrams style lens flair reliance, but aesthetically pleasing.
There is little in the way of game play; the controls take a while to get use to, but they are fluid and clever. Unless I am missing something, there really isn't a goal beyond the obvious. It is a tedious game and with out any inventive to continue game play, I'd say its had it last day on my home screen.
There is serious potential, just need some serious tweaking
- Category: Games
- Updated: 07 March 2013
- Version: 1.35
- Size: 45.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Marcus Eckert
- © 2013 Marcus Eckert
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.