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Critically Acclaimed Android Platformer Cordy Jumps Onto iPhone

By , on July 27, 2011

We're all friends here, so let's just be straight and admit it: we take energy for granted.

Well, maybe not as much for granted when the electricity bills arrive… but anyway, we should be thankful we're not Cordy.

Cordy has to run, jump, flip, push, and fight to power up the world. Now that's a hard day's living if you ask me.

Another thing that Cordy does is take 'freemium' to the extreme. The first four levels are free, but the rest of the game - and there really is a lot more in it - is exclusive to those who snap up an in-app purchase (priced at $1.99).

SilverTree Media say their new 2.5D platformer has "console quality", and with 27 levels powered by some gorgeous graphics - reminiscent of Sony's LittleBigPlanet - they could be right.

Find out for yourself: it's out now on the App Store, and, as mentioned, it's free. Well, some of it is.


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