The most bi-zar-re action-puzzle video games on the iPad is now available for iPhone!
In Gua-Le-Ni; or, The Horrendous Parade, fantastic paper creatures cross the screen. By twisting, spinning and rearranging toy-cubes, the players must spell the correct "name" of the bizarre animals and catalogue them before they wobble away! Some of the combinatorial monsters of Gua-Le-Ni are carnivores, so...
iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Category: Entertainment, Games, Dice, Puzzle
Updated: June 30, 2012
Publisher: Double Jungle S.a.S.
Version 1.5.0 [98.486591 MB]
Gua-Le-Ni .. an original iP... by robg
The most original iPad game I had the chance to play. A part from the graphics style and the sound (they are exquisite), the gameplay is unique. The aim is to correctly categorize the paper-animals before they flee the bestiary/book which contains them, by using the cubes (that you can manipulate as real wood cubes). The relentless movement of the combinatorial animal walking across the screen urges the player to quickly manipulate the cubes and re-compose the beast’s name. At the beginning of the game, this task is almost effortless, given the slow pace of the beasts and their simple composition. The parading beasts will, however, grow more complex… And so will their names! Luckily, the player can slow down the stampeding animals by means of different types of food. That will grant him or her more time to arrange the cubes correctly. The result is a simple idea, with an equally simple game, but that will challenge the player to match the right cubes with the right beasts parts with increasing tempo.