Posted by Mike Lata | Feb 07, 2011 | Comments 0
If you have ever had an urge to become Robin Hood for a while or enjoy shooting down skeletons with a bow and arrow then check out Terava by Julian Raschke. The game is quite unique on the app store in the sense that it’s a 2D platformer but with a lot of interactivity thrown in. You can jump on enemies or shoot them with ranged weapons (not just a bow and arrow) like a magical wand. Terava is really a mix of a platformer and an RPG, but also contains some elements thrown in from point-and-click adventure games. You grab items or open doors by touching them while other more abundant items like gold are picked up by moving your on-screen character on them. There are also various staircases to go into or caves below-ground to explore; so it doesn’t play like a traditional platformer at all but something more immersive. Head to iPadmodo for the review.
Posted by Mike Lata | Dec 27, 2010 | Comments 1
A very interesting and innovative platformer called Terava by Julian Raschke just came out of nowhere. The game really showcases the innovative indie spirit with the way the controls have been implemented as well as the art direction of the title. It is also a Universal App.