The wonderful Dead Cells is coming to iOS devices this summer via mobile specialist, Playdigious.
Playdigious are making a bit of a name for themselves in bringing top-notch console and PC games to mobile. The studio worked on the recent edition of Weather Factory’s Cultist Simulator, and it was announced last week that they are porting Lizardcube’s stunning Wonder Boy The Dragon’s Trap to iOS and Android later this month.
We can now add Motion Twin’s excellent rogue-like action platformer, Dead Cells, to their impressive roster of titles.
The game will be coming to iOS devices this summer with a revamped interface created especially for iPhone and iPad. Although the game will include on-screen buttons they can be resized and repositioned for optimal comfort. For those that have them, external MFi controllers are also supported. And in a concession to Dead Cells‘ notorious difficulty, the port also includes a new auto-hit mode.
Dead Cells will be priced at $9.99, and is also planned for release on Android devices at a later date.
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