Cell The Game
By kosabi games
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It’s a harsh world, where eat or be eaten is more than just a saying.
Move your Cell through the world, eat food, kill smaller cells to eat their contents and avoid larger cells that will try to hunt you down.
As you eat you grow, as you grow the hunter becomes the hunted.
- Casual gameplay
- Intuitive controls
- Chill-out action
- Very addictive
- Adventurous music
What's New in Version 1.1.2
* iPod Touch crash bug fix
* General bug fixes
Always Come Back
I've had this game since it first came out. There's hardly anything to it, but it's simple and entertaining. You can play it once, forget about it, but then when you return it's like meeting an old friend again. You remember the old scores and frustrations, which you try to overwrite. This one is mildly entertaining at best, but I will never have the heart to delete it completely from my phone.
It's heartbreaking to know that Osmos took over for what this game should have been. I haven't played that one, as I will forever be loyal to Cell and its alluring music.
In the end, thank you for creating a game that will remain with a lasting impression.
Fun and simple--needs some callibration
The game itself is fun and easy to pick right up. The soundtrack is cute and simple, too, which adds to the atmosphere of the game.
One improvement: I think the callibration of the finger touches needs to be reworked. At times I am tapping in one direction and the game appreas to be completely unresponsive to this tap. It makes it so I go too far in a direction in a game where precision around those bigger scary cells is key to victory. This makes it annoying when I accidentally run into other cells or get stuck between them and die because I could not go the direction I intended to.
I love the graphics. Some of the cells actually act like real white blood cells such as agglutination, and the way they try to phagocytize and lyse you as an immune system truly would. The only reason why I didn't give this game five stars is because it doesn't really go as far as it could; but hopefully future updates will render that issue null.