Creepy ecological parable Archipelagos remade for mobiles

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17 Responses to “Creepy ecological parable Archipelagos remade for mobiles”

  1. waetherman says:

    Don’t blink!

  2. harri manni says:

    Wow, that made me do a unexpectedwalk down the memory lane! ;)
    But I played it on my Atari ST!

  3. Jeremy Sachs says:

    Someone ought to remake The Sentinel. There’s something very satisfying about solving puzzles in procedural worlds that are populated by obelisks:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sentinel_(video_game)

  4. Dr_Wadd says:

    Does the remake have the periodic deliberate maps as opposed to the majority procedurally generated ones? I seem to recall the original had a level where the map was the British Isles, and another based on the credits to Eastenders.

  5. Dave Lloyd says:

    ITYM Zarch which was written by Dave Braben (of Elite) as the release game for the Acorn Archimedes (the first computer to use the ARM) which was then ported by Jez San (of Argonaut) to the Amiga…

  6. Talia says:

    Amiga was my first computer.  I had, and enjoyed, this game. I vaguely seem to recall it had pretty cool music or sound effects, too. Glad to see it getting a second life. :)

  7. Jorpho says:

    Loses something without that flat-shaded polygons, doesn’t it?

  8. I would love a remake of Tower of Babel for Android

  9. bloodybl says:

    I played this game on the Amiga, I really loved it’s eerie music and gameplay. I don’t know where you got the idea that the trees only moved when you weren’t looking at them though. I distinctly remember watching one move closer to me every time it sank into the ground.

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