The highly anticipated sequel to ElectroMaster has arrived!
"A truly original game built around an authentically fresh mechanic." -AppAdvice.com
Delica and her talking cat Saten are hungry! Lucky for them they know how to turn the monsters that infest the nearby forest into fruit. Your goal is to survive long enough to collect enough fruit to feed yourself and the locals.
The controls are simple: hold your finger on the screen and Delica moves towards it. To turn monsters into fruit start a swipe on her and drag across any nearby monsters. This pixie dust trail you create will freeze any monsters you select, and upon your release will turn them all into fruit! If you ever get into danger you're only a two finger tap away from summoning a spell to clear the screen (It'll cost you though). When you've collected enough to satisfy a home's quota drop by a nearby house, it's that easy.
With over 100 missions in the story mode and a Time Attack mode in which to hone your skills, you won't be able to put it down.
*Features Game Center support including Achievements and Leader boards.*
Unlock achievements and get hidden items!
Character Design, Illustration: Hanikura
Character Voice: Yukako
- Fixed a bug at the title screen.
Ratings and Reviews
Both Electro and Hungry Master crash
I went back to check the AppStore and was pleasantly surprised to find out that both of these games were back! Sadly, when I pressed the start button, the game crashed immediately, ElectroMaster, I can’t even get past the first stage. I’ve played these long ago and enjoyed them both extensively, but could you fix these problems so that I can finally play them once more?
cute and charming retro-styled game
This one took me by surprise. I normally dislike pixel art retro graphics, but it had regular line art cutscenes that introduced the two main characters, who both have snarky personalities and some very funny lines if you can recognize the anime pop culture references. The default control scheme is definitely NOT retro, it takes full advantage of the ability to swipe and lets you target enemies with ease. But if you'd rather switch to a virtual button control scheme, various options are available to you. Other than the graphics, which are pretty basic outside of the cutscenes, the production values are quite high. The 16-bit console era style music is very catchy and the sound effects are crisp. Really fun app, this will be on my device for a while.
Surprisingly awesome arcade game!
I feel as if I should remember this from the arcades circa 1987 or so, but no! This captures the retro feel and most importantly the FUN of old games, with a great use of touchscreen to boot, although on iPad it can get a bit burdensome touching the entire screen at once. Despite the sparkles, this game is all action, and you're surrounded so quickly that later on it's nearly impossible to get those mega-combos, but it's impossible to quit trying. High score depends on it!
If it was in a cabinet, it would be a quarter-eater for sure.
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- Yuichi Higuchi
- 57.8 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © xionchannel software
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