Wadjet Eye brings Gemini Rue to iPhone and iPad - destructoid

Wadjet Eye brings Gemini Rue to iPhone and iPad

4:45 PM on 02.28.2013

Alasdair Duncan

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iOS release this spring

Good news for adventure fans on the go; publisher Wadjet Eye is bringing its Independent Games Festival-winning adventure game Gemini Rue to iOS devices. It's due for release in the spring and Wadjet promises a tweaked interface for the iPhone and iPad launch and it looks like we'll be able to see this version at PAX East.

Old-school point-and-click games seem a natural fit on tablets and mobile phones as your interaction with the game is really similar to using a mouse. Broken Sword II and Beneath A Steel Sky are two games that have re-appeared on iOS and worked well. Here's hoping we see titles like Resonance and Primordia coming to mobile devices soon.


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