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Ponk

9/1/2011 11:04:37 PM
So, clearly, the idea is to treat the adventures of the protagonist as an ongoing serial of sorts. Which I find to be oddly unique in terms of games for iPad or mobile apps. For the most part, games offer a free version, then a pay version for content. I find it really interesting that this game is the first I have played for iPad where really, its the story (and of course, content) that is what will compel me to buy subsequnet chapters. It's really smart, and it really is such a great way to approach the relatively cheap (in comparison to console games) world of iPad or mobile games/apps. It's going to be necessary, though, to make sure that story continues to be compelling and worth catching up on. The replay value of the game I'm not entire sure about so far. But that isn't to say it isn't well done and it isn't a joy to play. In fact, it makes buying subsequent chapters all that much more attractive. Really enjoyed the first chapter. EDIT: I do wish, though, that I could come to BNet to see my stats and so-on for this game. [Edited on 09.01.2011 3:20 PM PDT]

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