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App description: Play with gravity to guide Naught through a mysterious underground world where darkness is a relentless enemy that takes many forms. Naught Reawakening is an adventure and platform game that challenges your skills giving you full control of Naught and his environment.

Naught Reawakening includes amazing features that reinvent platform game style. Naught is characterized by procedural animations that allow him to adapt his movements to the surroundings by holding on to walls, modifying his way of walking depending on gravity and the ground surface, and pushing objects in a unique and dynamic fashion. Naught can also take advantage of skills like jumping and diving to solve puzzles, avoid stalking creatures and fight dark monsters. Help Naught escape from darkness and recall his memories in hidden levels.

In Naught Reawakening you will find more than 30 levels that include 3 bonus levels, big enemies, diverse gameplay, time trial mode for every level and loads of secrets.
04-09-2015, 12:01 AM
#2
Joined: Aug 2013
Posts: 1,050
This is...? *looks around*
...Sounds like it's Naught 2. I have that.
...The originals seem to be missing from the store now.


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In Naught Reawakening you will find more than 30 levels that include 3 bonus levels, big enemies, diverse gameplay, time trial mode for every level and loads of secrets.
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In Naught 2 you will find the full first chapter, which is made up of three zones, more than 30 levels that include 3 bonus levels, big enemies, diverse gameplay, time trial mode for every level and loads of secrets.

Last edited by Intendro; 04-09-2015 at 12:08 AM.
04-09-2015, 01:45 PM
#3
Joined: Jan 2015
Posts: 1,575
04-10-2015, 02:13 PM
#4
Joined: Nov 2012
Posts: 151
Byer be aware! Controls suck, and ruin the entire experience.

For a game like this, slide controls are ideals. You know when you slide your fingers to the left or right on the screen to alter gravity.

But the devs have instead gone with two jolly good old buttons for tilting gravity left and right. And guess what's more... no control settings what so ever. Can't even adjust button sensitivity.

The overall experience is a dizzying one that robs you of the joy