Following its release date announcement, Young Horses just released its excellent creature collection and charming puzzler Bugsnax (Free) on iOS as a premium release. If you’ve not followed it at all, Bugsnax is all about playing a bit and then posting “bunger bunger bunger" online to your friends who will be very confused. No, but seriously, it is really great, and I’m going to be replaying it on yet another platform this weekend for review when I jump back into the world of Bugsnax on my iPad and iPhone. Bugsnax debuted on PS5, PS4, and PC platforms before it arrived on Nintendo Switch and Xbox platforms. Read my Bugsnax Switch review here. The iOS version of Bugsnax includes controller support, full touch controls via a new control scheme, and also the DLC included from the start in its base price. Watch the Bugsnax trailer below:
Bugsnax is priced at $24.99 on PC and console platforms. Bugsnax on iOS is priced at $9.99 and it is a universal app covering iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS. I expected that price point, and it is definitely worth it assuming the port is good. I’ll be checking out the port in the coming days. As of this writing, an Android version hasn’t been confirmed either. If you’d like to play Bugsnax, you can buy it on the App Store for iOS here. You can also check it out on Steam and Switch if you’d rather play it on PC or Switch. Have you played Bugsnax on any platform before or will you be trying it on iOS with today’s launch?