Want to know the coolest thing about the
iPad? Personal Computer (PC) games can be ported over to it. Family
Friendly Gaming Nation has been seeing it happen more often lately.
Unmechanical is the latest game we have seen moved over. Want to know a
secret? It plays great on the iPad.
I like playing Unmechanical better on the iPad than I do on the PC. It may not be exactly as graphically nice on the iPad, but it looks good for that hand held. That is one of the most important features - its portable. Unmechanical can now be taken with you away from a PC.
The little robots tractor beam works great in Unmechanical. Tap on the robot to turn it on, and tap on him again to turn it off. What about moving our little aerial friend? Touch on the screen where you want him to move towards. Keep moving your finger and he will keep following.
Many of the puzzles in Unmechanical were easier this time than the first time I played the game. The visual clues are still present. Generally these hints are very helpful. There are times when they did not offer me the guidance and direction I needed. They almost always point the family member in the right direction or where to look for what to do.
Talawa Games made a really smart move by porting Unmechanical over to the iPad. They also did it soon after the PC release. Cerebral gamers will appreciate and enjoy Unmechanical on the iPad. I am very thankful that I was able to play and review Unmechanical on the iPad.
I hope to see more PC games ported over to the iPad in the future. There are plenty of wonderful titles out there for families that could quickly become portable.
Family Friendly Factor: 89%
Publisher: Teotl Studios/Talawa Games
Rating: ‘4+' - 4+
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