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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by eggzbacon, Jun 7, 2009.
[App Store Link, 1.99]
Sweet! Finally getting it asap
eggzbacon, you beat me to it.
I need to buy some more itunes cards... >.<
Yeah this game is definitely worth it, the iwrath effect is amazing. I wonder if they changed it from the beta version...
This games like half 3D
If you want I can give you a summary of the most up to date beta version.
Go for it
Alright...this is very quick.
iWrath a very enjoyable game if you like to torture things. Your victim is a Greeble, and your methods are using deadly effects. To achieve these affects you must mix a combination of buttons and levers. However they get increasingly harder to achieve the cooler/deadlier they are and require up to a combination of four levers/buttons. There is a point to the game to achieve the iWrath (I have done so), which is a combination of 9 levers/buttons. There are three different sets of achievements with six effects in each group. These vary in difficulty. Once you accomplish all six effects in one group you are 3 of the levers/buttons to unlock the iWrath. This game does have a partial 3d effect (when the greeble comes flying at you) and is very humorous as the greeble makes funny expressions when it is killed. The animations are positively amazingly detailed and look great. This is no-brainer for only $1.99.
This feels like a Pocket God knockoff. The narrator on that youtube video makes me sick. I feel like I am on a Universal Studios tour bus. "Oh no THE BRIDGE IS FALLING APART!"
I can tell you right now it isn't even close to pocket god. Did you even read my review? Probably not.
Thanks redsoxsrule424 for the review =D
Hey, no problem!
I think my screenshot threads still around. Search iwrath screenshots. I put some photos of the achievement screen there.
Well the devs were nice enough to give me a promo code, may leave a review here.
I might get this one anyways
Ah, I wouldn't call it luck, I did help beta test.
9 of the 16 posts on here are by you. We get it, you beta tested an app, many people have.
But I will leave an updated review for the non beta version sometime soon.
Why would you review the beta version anyway?