iOS Universal Games
Follow Albert through a whole day, from awakening to his trip in an air balloon, from the fun fair to a charming date with lovely Lili!
Help Albert with 20 beautifully and artistically designed adventures. Each steps gives you stars, starts give you access to the next steps. Easy and simple. Yet Albert will need all your dexterity and wit to help him complete 20 smart and fun levels. Blow a chewing-gum bubble with the microphone, throw the soap to the bathtub while tilting your device, use all your fingers to catch falling stars from the night sky, call the dog to catch a fish, etc. Kids love it, parents can't resist it!
Stunningly made with a thousand hand-painted drawings by renowned french illustrator Chloé Mazio, Albert takes full advantage of the Retina display for a unique and totally novel visual experience. Moreover Albert uses a special holographic effect for extra graphic immersion. Tilt your device and enjoy Albert's cool 3D effect. At last Albert also explores all the fun capacities of your device (multi-touch screen, microphone, speaker, accelerometer, speedometer) for smarter and funnier gaming.
• 20 unique paper-made adventures
• 24 hidden treasures to be found
• Original graphic design and sound design
• Ready for kids and geeks :)
• Game center
• Multiple languages : French, German, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, English and Chinese.
• 5 stars on the App Store
• Exclusively on iOS & tvOS
AVERAGE REVIEW SCORE FOR ALBERT = 4,73 / 5 (8828 reviews)
"Incredible art style. Neat faux-3d effect. Great variety of mini-games." – Gamezebo
"You'll be charmed by his strange and beautiful world." – Slide To Play
Have fun !
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Albert is a Fingerlab studio creation. Other creations by Fingerlab :
-MultiPonk (iTunes rewind 2010)
-DM1 (Apple Design award 2012)
-Rockmate (App of the week 2012)
The Fingerlab team
-Albert is now an universal app
-iOS 9 update
-Minor bugs fixes
148Apps —Albert Review