Escape - Norm's World XL
By IUGO Mobile Entertainment Inc.
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*Now iPad Enhanced* Plays on all iDevices! iPhone, iPod and iPad enhanced. Download once, play on ALL!
**Special iPad version!** Features:
✓ Two-Player modes, which includes Versus and Co-op.
✓ All new 3D graphics!
✓ 2 camera angles to choose from (single player mode)
✓ 2 characters to choose from: play as Norm or Norma
✓ Enhanced UI for larger interface and multiplayer modes
Zone out on limitless Zen puzzles with Escape. Jump the little guy from stone to stone to eliminate all and solve the puzzle.
✓ Endless levels and gameplay
✓ Free Intro and Unlimited easy levels
✓ Unlimited medium and hard levels available for more challenge
✓ Simple controls for all ages
✓ Minimalist graphics for maximum appeal
✓ Unique cerebral game play complimented
✓ Surprisingly addictive!
To purchase the unlimited med/hard levels, just click Medium or Hard in the Difficulty menu.
What's New in Version 1.0.2
v1.0.2 Update Notes. *IMPORTANT*
v1.0.1 had been out for many weeks. Please take note that if you are still on v1.0.0 your in-game saved data will not be preserved when you update to the latest v1.0.2 version.
In any case, DLC purchases will NOT be affected. You can always re-download your previous DLC purchases FREE OF CHARGE.
What's in v1.0.2
- Optimization and bug fixes
- Saved game data fix
- DLC fixes
- Reduced load time
A few problems I have
It's a great game, but it won't let me go back and retry other levels I've skipped so I have to assume it's like minesweeper, where there's an endless number of computer-generated levels. I don't mean this in a bad way, as I am a minesweeper addict, but at least I would expect more information about the game. Is there a limit to the number of beginner levels? As I said, I don't know for sure if all of the levels are computer-generated, because I can't select a specific intro level either. Most games, or at least iPad games allow you to do this without having you replay the levels in order. I don't know if I speak for everyone, but there are other reasons I replay levels besides aiming for a better score.
I was concerned as I rather quickly approached the 20th and final level in the game, only to be wonderfully surprised once I beat it—the game offers endless mode, in a variety of difficulties.
When I'm stressed, I'll occasionally fire up this game and play through a few of the randomly generated levels on "easy" difficulty.
The puzzles are fairly solid, if not groundbreaking. But with the availability of endless mode, there's nothing to complain about.
And the graphics are so beautifully crafted, from the skipping child avatar's "impatient" animation, to the animated ripples once a pond is stepped in. Even the rain cloud in the event of a failed attempt is full of character.
Overall, there's nothing not to like about this app!
Worth a download
Easy to play, hard to master. It really takes some critical thought process to complete some of the levels. 5 stars because the developer added the ability to click on solution and get through a puzzle. Very well thought out game.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jun 10, 2010
- Version: 1.0.2
- Size: 2.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Iugo Mobile Entertainment Inc.
- © IUGO Mobile Entertainment Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.