Gua-Le-Ni; or, the Horrendous Parade got even more beastly
- By: CM Boots-Faubert
- Posted 1st Jun 2012
A new, original game mode (or book section, if you prefer) completes Gua-Le-Ni. Now featuring even human body parts, this new part is titled 'Poetry' and it offers a different use for the game's original gameplay. Instead of challenging the players to optimize their performance and dexterity under the pressure of an ever accelerating parade of beasts, the 'Poetry mode' focuses on memory, creativity and relaxation. Gameplay will be accompanied by classical music and the verses of an old sonnet. With more beastly parts, a narrative structure and a series of new, delightful pencil backgrounds, the 'poetry' mode makes playful taxonomy accessible to and engaging for anyone.
This new update of the iPad game (available from today on the Appstore) also features better tutorials, smoother and clearer gameplay, two new achievements, additional content in terms of graphics, animation and sound effects. In the past months, the game was already enthusiastically received by critics and reviewers (Gua-Le-Ni has a current Metacritic score of 83%).