iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

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iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni
iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni
iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni
iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni
iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni
iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni
iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni
iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni
iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

Gua-Le-Ni or, The Horrendous Parade is an action-puzzle oddity created by Paolo Giacomello (@Double Jungle, a small independent game developer). Taking inspiration from an essay by Scottish philosopher David Hume, Gua-Le-Ni challenges the players to recognize and feed a bizarre series of paper beasts. Those impossible, combinatorial creatures will walk across the illustrations of an old bestiary, trying to flee from its pages. By twisting, turning and rearranging virtual toy-cubes, the players must form the correct “name” of the animals and thus cataloguing them before it is too late! Some animals are carnivores, some herbivores; different food combinations may have the effects of rendering the beasts longer, shorter, more or less fast and valuable. The game was released last December (for the iPad) and it has an overall great critical reception (83% on Metacritics). They have recently extended and improved our game with more feedback, better tutorials and a new, original game mode called Poetry. In this post the trailers and some inspiration images, see the game for yourself in the iTunes store ($0,99)

iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

iPad App: Gua-Le-Ni

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