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Go On A Physics-Based Microscopic Adventure In Microtrip For iPhone

Go On A Physics-Based Microscopic Adventure In Microtrip For iPhone

March 8, 2014

Microtrip, a recent addition to the App Store, sends iOS gamers off on a curious journey based “inside the body of a strange creature,” according to its developer. You can pick up the app for just $0.99 for a limited time only, and it’s optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch.

Promising users a “soft-body physics game” and procedural generated levels (which make the application different and more challenging with each round), Microtrip also includes two different control schemes – touch or tilt – and bonus levels.

It’s created by Arthur Guibert, who explains in the app’s release notes:

The goal is simple: go as deep as possible. For completing such a task you need to dodge the monsters as well as eating the white cells that are keeping you alive. The game is punctuated by special pills that give the blob a weird yet amazing power. How far can you go?

The app’s $0.99 price is 50 percent off, and we’re not sure how long this limited-time offer is going to be available for. To recap, here’s a complete list of features available in the application:

  • Realistic soft-body physics
  • Smooth graphics at 60fps
  • Two control schemes: tilt or touch
  • Awesome super bonus pills
  • Procedurally generated levels

We’ve included a handful of screenshots taken from Microtrip below, too.

If you’re on the hunt for a new iOS game, Microtrip looks like it’s worth checking out. As mentioned, you can pick up the game for $0.99 on the App Store, and it’s optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch.

For those of you looking to spend a few dollars in the App Store this weekend, a couple of iOS app sales might also be of interest.

First, Square Enix has discounted three of its most popular gamesDeus Ex: The Fall, Tomb Raider I, and Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light (including Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light HD) – and each one can be downloaded for just $0.99.

Then earlier today, we told you about another impressive app sale from the folks at Crescent Moon Games. The developer has a bigger selection of titles available free of charge or from as little as $0.99, including:

Have you invested in a new iOS app this weekend?

See also: The Classic RBI Baseball Game Series Is Set To Launch For iOS On April 10, Acclaimed To-Do App This Week Renamed GoodTask, Updated With New Features, and Today’s Apps Gone Free: Paper Monsters, Meeting Mapper, Mimpi And More.


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