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Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game


9:00 PM on 11.07.2011



iPhone users looking for a challenging little game might want to, you know, carry on reading here. Brain Connected has today shown off some gameplay footage for their upcoming iOS game Somyeols (do not dare ask me how that word is pronounced) which is set to be a charming little puzzle platformer, the successor to Somyeol2D.

The game has the player trying to save all the Somyeeeeoo... I mean, Somyeols, that have been scattered across the universe after their planet blew up. An interesting game mechanic is that the player will control all Somyeols on the screen, so moving one of those green things forward makes the others do the same. The aim is to get as many of them onto rockets at the end of each level.

Expect Somyeol sometime this December for $0.99. Want it on Android? Well I suggest you help Brain Connected make it completely free.

Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo
Save the Somyeols in this challenging iPhone game photo





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