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Badland update brings four player co-op to Day 1 campaign

By , on May 15, 2014
Last modified 2 months, 1 week ago

Frogmind’s latest update to its wonderfully floaty side-scroller Badland has added four player co-op

The multiplayer levels are all modified versions of the game’s original Day 1 levels. These 40 stages have been tweaked for co-op play, and feature 120 new missions, plus seven new achievements, to test your group's skill.

While the update will let you and your chums control your flying furballs using a corner of your iPad's touch screen, it also supports MFi controllers. If you have the controllers on hand, this allows you to all get a good view of the action without your friends' thumbs getting in the way.

Playing through Badland with four other players will likely change the experience significantly, so it'll be worth checking out, even if you have previously mastered the game solo.

The update is free if you already own Badland, or you can pick up both the game and the update now for £2.49 / $3.99 from the App Store.

[App Store link]


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