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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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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.

Naught 2 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Lucy Ingram on November 8th, 2013
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT
Naught 2 is an enjoyable time-waster for those who played the predecessor, but it's let down by its huge difficulty spikes and bland art style.
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Naught Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Rob Rich on September 5th, 2011
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: SOMEWHAT DISORIENTING
Tilt the entire level around an anthropomorphic cat and get him to the exit in this overly-stylish platformer.
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FrEEday Vol 55

Posted by Chris Nitz on August 26th, 2011

Naught takes the gravity physics game into the monochrome world, and then adds in a cutesy cat as the hero. Players are challenged with tilting, rotating, and probably throwing their devices as they try to navigate this perilous world of dark and scary creatures. Those who would rather keep their sanity can choose from two other control schemes, but that would dilute the fun and frustration of this artistically beautiful game.

Monster Mouth DDS:
Let's face it, nobody enjoys going to the dentist and sitting in a chair while their teeth get blasted, scraped, and cleaned all in the name of good health. However, those players that have an itch to fill the role of a mad dentist finally have the perfect opportunity. The only downside is that instead of cleaning somewhat palatable human teeth, players get the joys of scrubbing some nasty monster mouths, full of plaque, slime, and weird creature like cavities. This is not a game for those with a weak stomach, that much is for sure.

Billiard Chain:
Players addicted to games like Zuma, yet needed something a little different have a nice surprise. Billiard Chain takes the familiarity of Zuma, but paints it with a fun billiard setting. Players will be using a pool cue to launch their balls into a non-stop stream of cue balls. Even better, there is no need to head to a smokey bar, or fend off the local drunk with a chair in this game. Safety is our number one concern, after all!

KungFu Food:
Those players that are sick of slicing fruits and veggies, yet still need to get their samurai action on need not look any further. KungFu Food is all about slicing and dicing food, only this time it is junk food like cola, burgers, steaks, and even salads. Those who are counting calories can even play Calorie Mode and shed fat….virtually.

Emissary of War:
Players take on the role of an emissary who has but one last mission in their journey to complete. A single treaty that needs to be brokered is all that remains, yet life has a way of screwing this up. It is now up to the player to hack and slash their way through legions of mercenaries and monsters who want nothing more than to put the hero in a six foot deep hole. Who will save this troubled land?