February 7, 2013
The Hunger Games Adventures, the official social adventure game of "The Hunger Games," has just received its first ever update. Released as an iPad-only game in September last year, The Hunger Games Adventures is based on the popular Facebook game of the same name. The game, which you may find to your liking whether you're a fan of "The Hunger Games" or not, challenges you to become the next hero of the dystopian nation of Panem. It dares you to adventure with Katniss, explore with Peeta, and perhaps most exciting of all, get styled by Cinna. As mentioned, The Hunger Games Adventure has just received its first ever update. As it happens, this update is already its 2.0 update. And like most other 2.0 updates, The Hunger Games Adventures 2.0 is expected to bring big changes. And so it does. Perhaps the most significant change in the new version of The Hunger Games Adventures is its universalization. That's right: the game is now playable on iPhone and iPod touch in addition to iPad. Plus, along with its universal support comes its Retina graphics optimization. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. As for the update's gameplay-related enhancements, here they are for your consideration:
Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch as well as iPad, The Hunger Games Adventures 2.0 is available now in the App Store for free. Another official tie-in game for "The Hunger Games" is also freely available in the App Store in the form of Hunger Games: Girl on Fire. Unlike The Hunger Games Adventures, Hunger Games: Girl on Fire is an endless running game. And it's one that's developed by the creator of Canabalt, no less. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
- Over 100 new quests!
- Exclusive reveal of District 1 quests and location!
- Help the tributes prepare for the Hunger Games!
- Discover new districts and new characters!
- Game Center support with Achievements
- Improved touch screen controls - pinch, swipe, tap to zoom, etc.
- The Gamemakers rebuilt the game from the ground up to have better performance and to allow for more frequent content updates in the future.