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    Limbo: Award-Winning Platformer for Xbox 360 and PC Comes to Android

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    Carlos Laforet Coll
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    Originally released in June 2010 for Xbox Live Arcade and 3 years later for iOS, Limbo finally lands on the platform of the most famous green robot in the world.

    Being a platformer with a side-scrolling angle (2D), you are a nameless boy who wakes up in the middle of a forest and goes in search of his sister (I never understood this part since the boy doesn't know who he is, and probably, doesn't know he has a family). In his adventure, the boy meets some humans just like him, but as ease is something that passed far from the minds of those who were developing the game, these people attack him when they don't run or are found dead.

    Along the way, you'll find several traps made by humans and several monsters, each monster with its effect if it comes into contact with the main character. There is also what, in my opinion, is the biggest highlight of the game, the PUZZLES, which are complicated at the beginning and of course, the tendency is to find puzzles that are more and more complicated as you advance.

    Limbo was developed by an indie company called Playdead and is available for Xbox 360, PS3, PS Vita, PC, MAC, iOS and now Android.

    Link to Download on Android (R$13,11)

    Advertising: No | Offline Game
    Contains built-in purchases: No
    Requires Android 4.3 or higher
    Language: English
    Size: 127 MB

    Also available for iOS

    [originally published February 11, 2015]

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