Microtrip has just gone on a “macro” trip.
Released last March for iPhone and iPod touch, Microtrip has just been updated with universal support for the macro — that is to say, large — screens of iPad and iPad mini.
What’s more, the game has also been updated with optimizations for the larger screens of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
Of course, as before, Microtrip lets you play as you go on a trip through the body of a strange creature. It’s a physics-based arcade game that has you controlling a curious organism as it goes deeper and deeper into the body while eating cells and dodging viruses. Take a look:
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It boasts the following key features:
- Realistic soft-body physics
- Smooth graphics at 60fps
- Two control schemes: tilt or touch
- Awesome super bonus pills
- Procedurally generated levels
The latest update to Microtrip also delivers minor bug fixes.
For more information, check out our original “hidden gem” review of Microtrip, which recommends the game “if you enjoy endless fallers and like them with cute microscopic organisms and soft-body physics.”
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