Gua-Le-Ni: Trailer n.2 (NOW WITH NEW GAME MODE!)





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Published on May 31, 2012

More taxonomic enterprises!
More Mozart, more snouts, legs and teeth!
Better tutorials and a whole new toy-cube...

Gua-Le-Ni is now more beastly than ever!


The critics love Gua-Le-Ni too!

"2011 Best App Ever Awards Winner in Best Dice Game"

"Their biometrics are sexy. [...] I think it's the first 5 out of 5 I've ever given." - 5/5 - Joystickdivision.com

"I was pleasantly surprised by the gameplay once I got into it and found it to have many appealing aspects. Oddly beautiful." - 4,25/5 - 148apps.com

"The game is tremendously entertaining and seriously challenging. The graphics are breathtaking and the narration is humorous." - Appadvice.com

"Gua-Le-Ni is a brand new take on the puzzle genre" - 87% - NG-gamer.nl (in Dutch)

"Completely original and wacky concept; excellent voice acting [...] Gua-Le-Ni's isn't like any game you've played before." - 3/4 - slidetoplay.com

"[...] for those of you who, like me, are drawn in by its gallimaufry of nonsense creatures, the game will be nearly impossible to resist. Give in -- Gua-Le-Ni follows through with charm and plenty of fun." - 4/5 - Toucharcade.com

"Every now and then, a new game comes along that takes us by surprise, combining imagination, humor, and art in a unique new way." - 4/5 - Tecca.com iPad app of the week

"The final product is an absorbing puzzle game, capable of creating that visceral dependence that is crucial for the success of this type of titles." - 9/10 - Eurogamer.it review

"The game experience is considerably deep and incredibly balanced, Gua-Le-Ni never stops being stimulating and rewarding." - Indievault.it review

"The interface in this game is very well-done, the visuals are nice, and rotating/spinning the cubes is extremely responsive." - 4.5/5 - The-app-shack.com

"Gua-Le-Ni is a bizarre, but incredibly imaginative and addictive iPad title." - 8-bit Girl

"BEST APP Italiana 2011 iPad Miglior gioco italiano per macitynet.it"


Taking inspiration from an essay by Scottish philosopher David Hume, Gua-Le-Ni challenges the players to recognize and feed a bizarre series of paper beasts. Those impossible, combinatorial creatures will walk across the illustrations of an old bestiary, trying to flee from its pages. By twisting, turning and rearranging toy-cubes, the players must form the correct "name" of the animals and thus cataloguing them before it is too late! Some animals are carnivores, some herbivores; different food combinations may have the effects of rendering the beasts longer, shorter, more or less fast and valuable.

Gua-Le-Ni's newest game mode (or book section, if you prefer) is titled 'Poetry' and it offers a different, original use for the game's original gameplay. Instead of challenging the players to optimize their performance and dexterity under the pressure of an ever accelerating parade of beasts, the 'Poetry Mode' focuses on memory, creativity and relaxation accompanying gameplay with music and the verses of an old sonnet. With more beastly parts, a narrative structure and a series of new, delightful pencil backgrounds, the 'Poetry Mode' completes Gua-Le-Ni, making its playful taxonomy accessible to and engaging for anyone.

Buy it now! http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gua-le...
Taxonomy has never been so much fun!

The original trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mE8hdr...


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