Designed for kids and adults alike, The Big Journey is a beautiful, casual adventure. Tilt to roll around and explore a beautiful world with Mr. Whiskers.
Mr. Whiskers loves all types of food, but when the maker of his favorite dumplings goes missing, our pudgy feline hero has no choice but to acquire a taste for adventure. The Big Journey is a roly-poly physics-based experience where players tilt their device to roll Mr. Whiskers safely through spooky caves, scorching deserts, lush valleys and more. Sporting simple but addictive gameplay, crisp storybook visuals, and a toe-tapping original soundtrack, The Big Journey is designed for players age four to ninety-four and more!
- Bounce around beautiful levels with casual, relaxing gameplay for everyone.
- Look for new friends and track down delicious food to fill your belly in every stage.
- Play as a huggable, squishable kitty in a vibrant world with an original soundtrack.
- Tilt your device, or use simple three-button controls to roll and jump through levels.
SUPPORTED DEVICES - Requires 512MB of RAM
iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPod Touch 5, iPod Touch 6
*A new adventure pack of five levels... time to explore Candyland!
*Play The Big Journey in six new languages; Chinese, German, French, Spanish, Ukraine, and Russian.
*More playable cats and creatures to discover.
*A new optional control scheme.
*10 new iMessage Stickers
*Bug fixes and optimization improvements.
*And of course, a whole bunch of candy!
Ratings and Reviews
I don't normally leave reviews, but had to for this game, because while you might be tempted to download because it looks cute (and it IS cute), the gameplay control design is TER.RI.BLE. You use the Apple TV remote, and it works in theory, but the tilt reaction is jittery. Worse, you can theoretically "jump" using the button on the remote, but while rolling, there are many times in which you briefly lift off the ground, and the game designers opted, in the wisdom, that you should not be able to jump then. So you'll spend minutes of your life, rolling back and forth, trying to find that one brief moment where pressing the jump button will ACTUALLY DO SOMETHING. Seriously, I've never played a more frustrating game.
The game navigation is equally awkward and poorly designed. And after being promised to get to Mr. Choo, after seemingly completing all the levels of Level 5, nothing happens! No messaging, no "you need to complete X to continue", just nothing. More frustration without explanation.
Please save yourself from stress and avoid this game at all costs. Despite having so much potential from an art and sound design perspective, the game designers were out to lunch.
Not good for iphone X
Screen not fit for iphone X, too small. Please develop a version for iphone X.
This reminds me so much of one of my favourite PSP games - "Loco Roco". :D
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.