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Thomas Was Alone is now available on iPhone as the game goes universal

Thomas Was Alone is now available on iPhone as the game goes universal

July 24, 2014
One of the most popular iOS games has gone universal and is temporarily available at a lower price. Thomas Was Alone is now available on the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad. First launched for iPad in May, Thomas Was Alone is an acclaimed geometric platformer that was originally released as a Flash-based browser game in 2010. It was developed by Surgeon Simulator creator Bossa Studios. Take a look: The 2.0 update includes:
  • Thomas Was Alone iOS is now an Universal App! Play it on your iPhone (minimum 4, recommended 4S upwards) or iPod touch (5 upwards)!
  • Fixed a few bugs (including iPad 2 slow down on Level 11.5)

To celebrate the game going universal, Bossa Studios has dropped its price to just $3.99 through this upcoming weekend. Thomas Was Alone is normally priced at $8.99.

For more information on the game, check out our original review, which notes that “this console-quality game is definitely worth those hard-earned dollars.”

Thomas Was Alone was named Game of the Week by AppAdvice shortly after its release last May.

See also: Thomas Was Alone Reaches New Heights With 'Benjamin's Flight' Expansion PackFeel the fever as Sega unleashes Sonic Jump Fever worldwide on the App Store, and Nickelodeon's PAW Patrol Rescue Run lets preschoolers save the day in Adventure Bay.

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Thomas Was Alone
Thomas Was Alone
Bossa Studios Ltd

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