This week developer Frogmind released the follow up to the deservedly award-winning Badland. Unlike the original, this one is amazing right from the start.
Does the magic of Apple’s 2013 iPad Game of the Year carry over into its PC and console port? We’ll know in five minutes.
A GOTY edition of 2013’s beautiful and gloomy mobile game Badland is coming out at the end of May, developer Frogmind Games announced. Better yet, it’s coming to a bunch of new platforms: PS4, PS3, Vita, and Steam on May 26, Xbox One on May 29, and Wii U sometime in June. It’ll cost $12 on consoles and $10 on Steam.
Every December the editors of Apple's iTunes face the monumental task of selecting two games out of the thousands released during the year to receive top honors as the Best of 2013. This year they chose ridiculously well.
With a slew of positive iTunes reviews and a couple of pre-release awards under its belt, I was expecting Frogmind's Badland to be a transcendent mobile gaming experience. I was greatly disappointed, at least for the first 20 minutes.