Beautiful music shmup Beat Hazard is coming to iOS.
Beat Hazard Ultra creator Steve Hunt told Eurogamer that the iPhone and iPad version should be out within the next three or four months. The iPad HD version will probably cost £2.99. "I'll run a discount for a few days when it first comes out to reward early purchasers," he said.
It was definitely cool on PC and Xbox 360, and it will be just as cool on PS3 when it drops, but what's great about an iPhone/iPad version of a game where music drives gameplay is that your music is probably already on that device.
More people need to experience this game. If you haven't tried it yet, at least promise me that you'll check out the iOS version when it comes out. I bet it's going to look really great on the iPad.
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