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Aquaria is heading to the iPad


10:30 PM on 09.27.2011



Remember Aquaria? Bit Blot isn't done yet, and as you can see from the new video the game is making its way to the iPad and iPad 2 this fall. Some new features and improvements over the original have been slipped in there along with some new gameplay.

This is probably rather petty of me but after watching this video I want to go up to someone with an iPad and stomp on their foot. I don't have an iPad and I want one, so I can play this because it looks like so much fun. The touch controls seem solid and I want to try it. If you have an iPad and don't plan on buying this, shame on you.








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