The latest update for Frogmind's popular flying platformer Badland has arrived on the App Store. It brings in the ten levels from the game's Daydream level pack into co-op, lifting the total of co-op levels available up to 100. Furthermore, the game now boasts an additional 30 missions and four achievements.
Badland is available on the App Store now for $3.99.
Badland developers Frogmind has announced that their popular side-scroller has reached the 20 million player mark worldwide, and their latest level pack 'Daydream' is coming out to celebrate.
Featuring ten new single-player levels, 30 missions, and five achievements, this new level pack also includes the journey of SNORF (one of the multiplayer characters) through the more bizarre sections of Badland. To celebrate the holiday season, the pack is also free for a limited time. Fans of Badland will also be happy to know that Frogmind has announced that they are working on 'multiple' titles in the series for release next year.
Badland is available from the App Store now, if you aren't one of the aforementioned 20 million players, for $3.99. The 'Daydream' pack is available for free for a unspecified 'limited' time.
An update has arrived for Frogmind's BADLAND, bringing enhanced visuals for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users, which the developers claim bring "even more beauty and atmosphere" to the side-scrolling title. For those without one of the newest iPhones, you haven't been forgotten - fixes for bugs, including issues with replay sync, as well as support for the Czech language also coming in this update.
BADLAND is available to download from the App Store now for $3.99.
There's yet another update for the keenly supported side-scrolling adventure, BADLAND.
This latest update, number 18 for those who are counting, expands the game's co-op multiplayer with 40 new levels - ensuring you can play through the whole story with up to four players, all on the same device. The substantial update also brings with it 120 new missions and 6 new achievements.
To celebrate such great news, BADLAND is currently 50% off in a summer sale, bringing its price down to $1.99 for a limited time only.
Update #15 has arrived for Badland, bringing with it a new co-operative mode and new missions.
The co-operative mode allows up to four players on the same device, either with touches or controllers, to play through 40 levels from the Day 1 campaign modified for co-op play. Alongside this, the game now contains 120 new missions, 7 new achievements, the ability to randomly select levels in multiplayer mode, and minor fixes for the "ACCELERATOR" and "CLONETRON" levels.
A concluding update has arrived for Day II of Bandland, known as The Night. It offers 10 single player levels, 30 new missions, and 7 achievements. It's a completely free update that comes with lasers and vehicles to drive. This update brings the total amount of levels available to 80, so those who have yet to purchase the game can now have access to all of this content for only $3.99.
Badland gets a new update that continues Day II with Dusk, adding 10 new single player levels and 30 new missions. This update also features 5 achievements to accomplish while going through the new levels and testing out new gameplay features like gravity modifiers and a time stopper. Sounds interesting! Plus it's a free update that provides hours of new challenges. Get to it, Badlanders!
Badland reached over 7 million new players in July thanks to the App Store's 5 Year Anniversary promotion where it was featured as a free title. It's celebrating the addition of all those new players by releasing its 5th update, which adds four new multiplayer levels. Each one of the four new multiplayer levels equal a different time of day.
Check out the trailer below and give the update a try. You'll also notice a few other improvements while you're at it.
More single player goodness has made its way to Badland as its been updated with 10 new levels that continues Day II. The 10 new levels add 30 new missions and 5 new achievements to accomplish, all for free. While you make your way through the latest additions to the single player, you can think about the future update that will be focusing on multiplayer. Get to it!
Day II arrives in the latest update of Badland, adding 10 new levels that contain 30 brand-new missions and 5 new achievements for you to explore and accomplish. What makes the update even better is that it's completely free to download, so make your return to the badlands and check it out. It doesn't end here, either, as 10 more levels are planned for release in late June or July.
The developers, Frogmind, are happy to release the first update for Badland. In a blog post, they've said that they wanted to make a game that has the potential for expanding so that they can bring new content on a regular basis. Badland's first update features four new multiplayer levels and other minor fixes. They are also planning another "huge" update in May.
- Four new multiplayer levels!
- The level result screen now always animates the completed missions in the current session
- Fixed Apparatus level’s bigger power-up placement
- Small bug fixes
The first time I saw a preview of Badland I was immediately struck by it's beautiful design. The silhouette foreground and the brightly colored background is a very striking look. Now that I've had a little hands-on time, I'm even more impressed.
Badland is an auto-runner from developer Frogmind where the player controls the wing flapping of a little furry dust bunny. Or at least it looks like a dust bunny. Traveling through 2D mazes with various things that both change the size of the bunny, the speed, and even the number of them. Getting through tight spaces, blockades, avoiding falling garbage, and avoiding being crushed is what players must do to get to the end of the level.
All in all, Badland is a very compelling, fun game that's presented in a story mode of sorts. There's also an option to play any of the levels already completed with specific goals for each level.
Multiplayer support is also included and makes Badland a single screen party game. In multiplayer mode, up to four players can fight it out in a survival of the fittest test. Each player's character tries to fly to the end and not get left behind. The 2-4 players each control their on-screen flyer by touching on a corner. Here's a quick demo of the multiplayer in Badland.
Take a look at this exclusive video from the first few levels of the game.
Badland is a well done game and seems very fun. It's a Universal iOS app and should hit the App Store later this month.