February 11, 2014
Badland has just received a nice update in celebration of Valentine's Day. First off, the latest update to the AppAdvice and App Store Best of 2013 awardee adds a new friendly multiplayer level where you have to cooperate with, rather than compete against, your friends. It also comes with a new main menu theme that, in keeping with the sweet and romantic spirit of Valentine's, is quite lovely. Apart from its Valentine-themed content, the new Badland update also adds a new major feature. And it's none other than iOS 7 game controller integration, with support for combined use of multiple controllers in multiplayer mode. As a result, you can now play Badland using the MOGA Ace Power, the Logitech PowerShell, the SteelSeries Stratus, or any other MFi controller. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later, Badland is available in the App Store for $1.99. Badland normally goes for $3.99, but it's currently priced at 50 percent off in memory of its now defunct fellow one-tap flapping game, Flappy Bird. Badland was updated last month with a winter special that included a new icy multiplayer level, a new sliding ice character, and a new theme for the night main menu. For information on the game's previous major updates, see also: As Night Falls, Badland's Day II Chapter Comes To An Epic Conclusion ... With Lasers, The Award-Winning BADLAND Goes Spooky, Gets New Levels In Time For Halloween, and Can You Make It Through The Semidarkness In Badland's New Dusk Levels?.