As promised, IUGO Mobile Entertainment has released a free sample version of Toy Bot Diaries called Toy Bot Diaries Free [Free, App Store].

TBD FREE presents an introductory, sample level to this iPhone favorite! See what everyone is talking about twith a taste of Toy Bot's world. Exclusive to TBD FREE, explore the play room full of treasure to be unlocked while mastering Toy Bot's special movements and functions. Perfect to play again and again!

Unlike other demo versions of games, Toy Bot Free actually provides a different level than that is provided in the full version of the game.

As a result, new customers who like the free version will get a different set of levels when they buy the full version. And those who have already bought the full version of Toy Bot Diaries [$3.99, App Store] will also want to download the Free version.

We previously reviewed Toy Bot Diaries and enjoyed it quite a bit:

In the end, the strength of the game is its natural control system on top of a very well executed physics platform puzzle game. In fact, I forgot I was playing “an iPhone game” and instead was simply immersed in a great game.

Our full review has more details and a gameplay video.

  • Geert

    This is such an incredibly good game. It's as much fun as Tomb Raider, but as different from it as an iPhone is from a PC.

  • Geert

    This is such an incredibly good game. It's as much fun as Tomb Raider, but as different from it as an iPhone is from a PC.

  • David P

    I finished the game this weekend, just one memory thingy shy of 50. It has a great replay value, and like TA said, it is really quite fun playing. It's very natural, from the tilting to the touching for the grappling hook.

    It's nice they offer it for free, and it's nice the free version has a new level, but existing owners couldn't get that new level as an upgrade?

    I mean, I know it's free, and it's nothing to download it from the App Store, but seriously. I paid $4 for this thing already, and I'll probably pay another four for the next version (please new version soon UIGO). Now I have to download the free version just to get the new level? That's an unecessary app on my Touch.

  • David P

    I finished the game this weekend, just one memory thingy shy of 50. It has a great replay value, and like TA said, it is really quite fun playing. It's very natural, from the tilting to the touching for the grappling hook.

    It's nice they offer it for free, and it's nice the free version has a new level, but existing owners couldn't get that new level as an upgrade?

    I mean, I know it's free, and it's nothing to download it from the App Store, but seriously. I paid $4 for this thing already, and I'll probably pay another four for the next version (please new version soon UIGO). Now I have to download the free version just to get the new level? That's an unecessary app on my Touch.

  • Aaron Sullivan

    David P: play it, delete it, if you feel like playing again, someday... download it again. Am I missing something?

  • Aaron Sullivan

    David P: play it, delete it, if you feel like playing again, someday... download it again. Am I missing something?

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