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iOS iPhone Games
d-capitatrix combines touch and tilt controls in a unique new gameplay concept: Place wormholes and make your robo-girl's head roll through by tilting the device!
Teleport heads from gate to gate to bring them back to their pretty robotic bodies.
Tricky: You can't turn the playing field upside down - instead, cleverly place the portals to accelerate your head up in the air!
Note that you can only place wormholes on grey wall parts.
Conquer demanding puzzles and dangerous traps, such as electric arcs, explosives and tricky mechanics.
Sometimes, it's all about the right strategy - and sometimes it's all about skill and the right trajectory.
Prove your skills in this amazing new physics puzzler!
Features crisp high res graphics on Retina Display devices!
Front page review at touchArcade.com:
"d-capitatrix is a strategic puzzler that's engaging and entertaining. Who can resist unique gameplay, appealing graphics, good music and hot bots, for a buck?"
Rated "MIND-BLOWING" (4 out of 5) by www.148apps.com:
"d-capitatrix combines Portal gameplay with (...) headless robots to create a fun, attractive, and rather odd little puzzle game."
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by GameZebo:
"Even if voluptuous-but-mutilated robotettes aren’t your bag, d-capitatrix is a quirky puzzle game that promises s(...)y fun for all gamers."
Rated 79 out of 100 by AppsJP.com!
Read about the reception of d-capitatrix on the Mac:
- Featured as "New and Noteworthy" on the Mac App Store front page!
- Rated "SUPER" (9 out of 10) by App Store Arcade
"...The best physics puzzler that you can find on the Mac App Store. The levels are craftily designed and will challenge your timing and logic skills." www.appstorearcade.com/?p=1244
- Rated 4.5 out of 5 by mactrast.com:
"If you want a challenging, fun, intuitive puzzle, pick up d-capitatrix (...) A puzzle game that can be simple yet challenging is hard to find, but d-capitatrix does so many things right."
"The graphics in d-capitatrix are by the best I’ve ever seen in a puzzle game on the Mac App Store."
When tilting by more than 90 degrees, the orientation now won't switch immediately. Instead, the playing field tilts to keep an upright position before changing the complete orientation.
148Apps —d-capitatrix Review