An Inca-redibly fun multiplayer experience, though you Maya not find the single-player game as engrossing.
Aztec Antics Review
by on January 18, 2013
Though multiplayer games are growing ever bigger over time, incorporating people from around the world, the most intense often happen in a small room with a few friends. At least, they were friends when you started.
Aztec Antics is a multiplayer platformer where the aim is to collect more coins than your friends. You can have up to six players on one iPad, thanks to the free Joypad app letting your turn iPhones and iPod touches into controllers (and you can throw in an iCade-compatible controller, too).
You hop around a single-screen platform level, jumping on others to stop them temporarily, and avoiding the enemies that roam levels. There’s no death in this mode, only the ignominy of losing. There’s a single player mode too, which is closer to something like Super Crate Box – it’s still single-screen levels and you collect coins, but enemies kill you. There’s nothing like the changing weapons of SCB, though – it’s just a collect-a-thon.
In multiplayer, it’s a huge amount of fun when you get one over on your friends, encouraging the kind of swearing and furious gesticulation you’d expect to see from a game of Mario Kart. It could do with more levels, and a more fleshed-out single-player mode, though. It’d also be great to see some power-ups to change the game as you play over time.
Download this app: Aztec Antics for iPhone / iPad
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