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Developers Of Acclaimed Cave Story Make App Store Debut With Azarashi

By , on January 9, 2012

Studio Pixel, the developers behind the acclaimed freeware PC adventure game Cave Story, have made their App Store debut with the release of Azarashi.

This curious title challenges your reflexes as you work to prevent seal keychains from dropping off the screen.

But, if you try to stop them too soon, "bad things will happen!"

Perhaps 'curious' isn't a strong enough word, actually...

Azarashi may be a rather simplistic title when compared to Cave Story's sprawling 2D adventure, but it looks set to deliver accessible and high score-chasing gameplay, which is apparently "fun and safe for the whole family".

Always good to know.

Azarashi is available to download now from the App Store, and is currently priced at 99c.


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