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Tuesday, February 13, 2007
 
Inside Mac Games Reviews Armado
2:08 PM | Tuncer Deniz | 6 comments

Inside Mac Games has posted a review of Armado, the recently-released game by new comer Tricky Software.

Here's a clip from the review:

The premise of Armado is given in a nice set of cut screens using pan and scan to give the feel of motion. You, Armado, a young armadillo reaching adulthood, are beginning the traditional quest to visit the queen Eagle who rules the land. However, as you go through the land you hear of dark tidings and soon see the results. Giant ants and crows have taken over the land and imprisoned the queen. Your quest, given to you by a fox you meet while heading home, is to climb the seven sacred mountains and put an egg in the nest at the top of each mountain, thus freeing the queen. This is enough of a story to start the game and keep it moving along.
To check out the full review, please follow the link below.

Inside Mac Games Review: Armado
Tricky Software
Armado


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