The minimalistic indie hit Thomas Was Alone is now on the App Store, for both iPad and Mac. It's available for $8.99 on either platform.
The iPad version includes virtual controls, which are naturally just as sparsely designed as the rest of the game. The tale of friendship and jumping among several geometric shapes caught critical attention starting in 2012, earning it BAFTA nominations for Best Story and Best Music. Surgeon Simulator developer Bossa Studios lent a hand for the port.
Steve Watts posted a new article, Thomas Was Alone makes friends with iPad today.
Thomas Was Alone is now available on both the iPad and Mac App Store, for $8.99. It has been given virtual controls on iPad with the help of Surgeon Simulator dev Bossa Studios.
Such a great game. Soundtrack, story, characters, art and relatively simple gameplay all coming together greatly. If you dont have it yet play it.