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"Whimsical, magical, and enchanting" –– Touch Arcade, 5/5
Kiwanuka is an action-puzzle game with an entirely new game-mechanic designed uniquely for touch screen. Guide the tiny citizens, instruct them to build towers, knock the towers over to grab ledges, then use them as bridges to reach the exit. Success requires careful thought and perfect timing.
- "A brilliant, beautiful, unique experience. Everything from the sounds, visuals, and just the vibe of the game all come together to create one of the most interesting little games I’ve played." - Touch Arcade, Game of the Week
- "An elegantly smart game." - Cult of Mac
- "A good surprise" -New York Times
- "A truly special game" - Kotaku
- "Amazing" - TUAW
- "A hidden treasure." - SlashGear
- "The game looks great." - Pocket Gamer
-"In an increasingly-long line of delightful puzzle games on iOS, Kiwanuka is one of the best. It sees you guiding a colourful collection of characters to freedom using a glowing staff: like a neon-infused Lemmings built for touchscreens." - The Guardian
What's New in Version 1.2
The game itself feels like an intro to something bigger, since it only has 30 levels, which is quite the shame. I guess they make up for it by being artsy/minimalistic, but the puzzles themselves are way too easy. They feel more like a waiting game than anything. App might be worth it if it had more interesting levels, since the current levels were all basically in the same place with similar sprites. It's straightforward and consistent, but kind of bland. Its scrolling was sometimes off for me. *I did not play with the music on.
I loved it. I played through the hole game and have to say it just loved it. It was my favorite game I've ever played on my phone. The art style and gameplay were awesome. Each stage was a challenging puzzles forcing you to think out of the box. I ten out if ten recommend it to anyone that's bored and loves puzzles. PS. I almost started crying at the end.
Short but fun
Fun with some puzzles you have to think a bit on. I wish it got a little harder but it's definitely a game that should be supported and encouraged.