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Naught Reawakening Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Nadia Oxford on April 9th, 2015
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: IT'S NOT FOR NAUGHT
Naught Reawakening's checkpoint system is a source of frustration, but otherwise this world-turning platforming title is unique and atmospheric.
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Naught Reawakening is Finally Coming This Thursday

Posted by Jessica Fisher on April 7th, 2015

Genera Games and Wild Sphere have announced their new gravity bending platformer, Naught Reawakening, is finally coming out on April 9. The game is a stark black and white world full of shadow monsters where you'll need to control yourself as well as the world around you to survive. You'll get over 30 levels of puzzles and 3 bonus levels to challenge yourself on.

You'll be able to get Naught Reawakening for $3.99 on the App Store this Thursday for $3.99.

Genera Games' Naught Reawakening is Set to Arrive on iOS Soon

Posted by Ellis Spice on February 12th, 2015
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Genera Games, the developers behind Run Forrest Run and Ramboat, have announced that their next game, Naught Reawakening, will be making its way to iOS soon.

The gravity-based platformer will challenge players to control the titular protagonist Naught through a mysterious and dark underground world. Naught will feature procedural animation that allows him to walk, jump, and climb in a dynamic way affected by his surroundings.

Naught Reawakening is set to arrive on iOS soon.

TouchyBooks 2.0 Update Adds Ratings, Autoplay and More

Posted by Rob Rich on August 10th, 2011
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Genera Games is definitely on to something with TouchyBooks. It's a clever little app that more-or-less digitizes the experience found in most "board books," letting young readers (or lookers, really) tap all over the screen to generate sounds and movement. If I were a kid, my parents would never let me hold an iPhone, but if they did this would be a great alternative to a typical bedtime story.

As great as the app may be, this new 2.0 update sweetens the deal immensely. Among the plethora of additions that aren't all detailed, including a revamped design and a search feature (wow, it must have been rough without that one), are a couple of ideas that are just as smart as the app itself. First, all of the books (full copies, not free samples) can be rated by users. The Amazon-like five star rating system may seem obvious now, but it makes searching through the store a bit less of a hassle. Secondly, there's the autoplay option. Wow. I mean, the whole narration/interaction thing is smart, but adding the choice to automatically read through a title is borderline brilliant. It's perfect for kids that are old enough to "read" along, but aren't quite ready to start poking at things.

Were I a parent, I'd be all over TouchyBooks. This is an awesome app for kids that are just starting to tip a toe into the waters of literacy, as well as a solid tool for helping more advanced "learning-to" readers. Anyone even vaguely familiar with browsing the App Store will find navigation a breeze, and the titles in this limited (but still fairly substantial) library are priced very respectably. Parents, check this one out ASAP.