From the creator of Incredipede comes another beautiful physics-based puzzler, Deep Under the Sky.
Deep Under the Sky let players enter the role of an alien jellyfish to explore a wonderfully strange universe. It features simple and intuitive one-button control but requires mastery of timing and maneuvering for a thorough and satisfying exploration.
Deep Under the Sky offers 80 levels across four distinct worlds filled with different creatures, friendly and hostile, bonus stars and countless narrow paths and zigzags. The basic mechanics are familiar – fling, grapple, roll, jet and explode and more, and players need to time the moves to the biorhythms to dance at every cleft and cranny of the planet while unraveling its mystery and beauty.
Deep Under the Sky is launched today on the App Store. For those with a New Zealand iTune account, it is already available for download at the price of $2.99. And players from other time zones need to wait a little longer. [NZ Link]