CrossWorlds: the Flying City
By G5 Entertainment
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After inventing an amazing device that enables travel through parallel worlds, Professor Dumbdore suddenly disappears. Help Professor’s daughter, Monica, track down her father while exploring 4 different worlds. Solve the puzzles of the enigmatic Scientist’s House, fix the inhabitants of the rusty Robo City, travel to the fairytale-esque River World and face the challenges of the Flying City! You will be fascinated for hours with this absorbing puzzle adventure and its heaps of eye-popping quests!
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● 4 Unique worlds to explore
● 56 Amazing locations
● 8 Tricky mini-game puzzles
● Memorable adventures in each world
● Other-worldly graphics
● Game Center Support
● iPhone 4 Retina Display support
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Cross Worlds: the flying city
This game was fun. A bit expensive for the length of the game however, G5 games all seem to be a bit spendy. I would have liked to see a couple mire chapters for the $4.99. I did notice a few things throughout the game that was a little mature. I'm not talking X rated mature but the finger and other items given to the hermit so he could eat them then either regurgitate them back up or what to make the potion to kill the flesh eating vibes that imprisoned one of the monkeys. Or the several references to the devil "666" or pitchfork or the pen trigrams. Or the strange looking icicle in the knome's bedroom window. After awhile it became a challenge to find weird things like that. All in all it was a fun and relaxing game. You do have to hit the hint button alot to get direction as to where to go next. The hints were not much use other than that.
Great fun but...
The game is well done and hard to put down, but the price is a little too much. I have enjoyed many G5 games, but I feel they should lower their price. I am on a tight budget and they have made enough from me. Drop the price guys or you will lose me. I give it four stars because of the price, not because of the quality.
Unusual and inventive
Not your usual HO game. Graphics are excellent, you can zoom without loss of definition, and no other game has you search for maggots as hidden objects.
- Category: Games
- Released: May 31, 2012
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 283 MB
- Languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
- Seller: G5 Entertainment AB
- © 2012 - 2014 Developed by 2 Monkeys Ltd. iOS Adaptation by G5 Entertainment AB. Published by G5 Entertainment AB.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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