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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by Techzamazing, May 23, 2017.
Old soft launch thread.
I cannot believe why it's free when i played this game. But you need to purchase in-app ($0.99) for ad free and cloud save.
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99 dollars or 99 cents cuz you said dollars and I think you meant cents surely haha
Little bit of gameplay from the first page. Awesome game, reminds me of my child hood spending hours playing similar style games.
Okay since it's 99 cents and not 99 dollars I'm def down
Can't wait to play this one again sure seems like I played it back in the day guess I will remember when I get to play it
Does anyone know the date for the worldwide release
While downloading this i came across WWE Tap Mania. I tried making a thread twice from my ipad but it didnt make the thread. It would be great if anyone can make it. Thanks
And yeah, Comix Zone is a favorite of mine back in the day, pretty excited when i saw the google play news last week. Glad the iOS version came to PH first. Ahahahaa!
Oh my god, this was my JAM!
I've bought this dumb game many times before (I have the cartridge somewhere, I'm certain), but I like having old console games on my phone. I hope the whole lineup comes to the USA App Store.
Hopefully the reviews come out good. I remember being so crazy about this game when I was younger. I'll wait for the US release but this sounds like a great deal.
I am quite enjoying it.
The game is ad-supported free to play, but you have the option to purchase a premium setting. The difference is the location of the save file, and the ads.
For the add supported, it has ads in quite a few locations, but none of them hinder or interrupt gameplay. There is a banner at the bottom of the screen, full screen ads in between levels, and an interesting "watch an ad" to Save the game, and the game is saved into a game server.
For the premium fee of $1.99, all ads are removed. Also, your savefile will be stored locally, which is fantastic.
Better than Megaman controls. LOL... It does have its bad moments though, considering you need the diagonals to pull off some moves. Not the game's fault, just touchscreen lacking tactile elements of a physical controller, but overall the touch controls are not too bad. Best part, it has MFi support. At first i thought there wasnt a remap option, but there is a remap option in the game's options before you start a new game. Made the game exactly as i remembered it.
And as far as remembering it goes, i do remember how brutal the game was back in the day. Not brutal in a sense that you keep dying and repeating, but brutal in the game's design that you will lose life as you play the game, and healing items are rare. The difficulty is part of what made Comix Zone awesome, as you get that feeling of success everytime you complete stages.