Impossibly beautiful puzzle game Monument Valley 2 is coming to Android
by Victor Hristov / Oct 18, 2017, 9:00 AM
Monument Valley 2 is one of the most beloved original puzzle games for iPhone: it features a touching story, but also ingenious level design and some impossible mechanics that captivate players.
Sadly, it launched as an iOS exclusive, with no version of the game for Android.
This changes on November 6th when developer ustwo will release Monument Valley 2 on Android.
In Monument Valley 2, we have a new narrative that focuses on motherhood: our heroine, mother Ro, goes through the motions of raising a daughter and then letting her go. Step by step, we are taken into Ro's world where she takes her daughter on her first steps in this virtual world, helping her overcome the first puzzles.
The game costs $5 on the App Store, and you can read our full review right below:
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Well, it's about damn time. I've been saving up Play Store credits for a while now using Google Opinion Rewards specifically for this game, and I can now get the game for free... I loved the first game very much, I'm looking forward to this new release.
posted on Oct 18, 2017, 9:51 AM 4
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Can anyone explain why, in this age of mature, powerful, and widespread Android devices, there are still iOS-exclusive games? Seems like a missed opportunity to me.
posted on Oct 18, 2017, 1:50 PM 1
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More piracy on Android due to Android being so open/userfriendly People can simply download the apk, no need for connecting to a computer like on iOS Also rumors are Apple give apps free marketing or even money if they make their apps iOS-exclusive Like what Sony/Microsoft do with third party exclusives
posted on Oct 18, 2017, 6:03 PM 0
Why do people ignore the fact that Apple apps generate 70-90% of revenue for developer vs android? If you’re trying to sell a product and I tell you that 15% of population will bring you more money than 85% of the rest of population - who would you make products for? By catering to most affluent consumer - Apple build an ecosystem that’s more favorable for developers and in return appple users get better ecosystem.
posted on Oct 19, 2017, 6:01 PM 0
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