iOS Universal Games
A handtastic puzzle that leaves no hand behind! Full of charm, innovation and originality, but very easy to learn!
Starts off as enjoyably mellow, with the later levels offering a perky challenge for those who yearn it.
"With a simple premise of leaving no hand untouched, this game gradually increases in difficulty while never losing its undeniable charm."
- USA Today
"Joining Hands offers a new idea, and one that works really well on the iPhone or iPad's touchscreen."
"Rounding out this delightful title are Retina quality graphics, plus enjoyable animations, sounds, and music."
"Joining Hands will have a place on my iPad and iPod touch for quite some time."
- gamezebo.com 4.5/5
"The gameplay is virtually flawless and the concept is fresh and habit forming."
- sahgeekmom.com 4.5/5
"All in all, Joining Hands is a unique puzzler that’s ideal for people who like to ponder. It’s packed with hours of content, polish and charm. I highly recommend it."
- Featured in the "Innovative Gameplay" category on the iTunes App Store!
MEET THE PEABLINS
Enter the Whispering Woods and meet the Peablins! Peablins are curious little creatures sharing a common belief: Hold hands with your friends and the Bogeyman won't dare to show up. It has worked as long as anyone can remember, so it must be true.
Join the Peablins on their quest to find all their siblings and cousins!
Drag and drop Peablins so that everyone is holding hands. Some Peablins have more hands than others... Leave no hand behind!
- No time limits, no enemies, no pressure
- Innovative, elegant and easy to learn
- Fun and suitable for all ages
- Supports the 2012 iPad (3rd gen) Retina display
- Several kinds of Peablins requiring unique approaches
- Hilarious sound effects
- More than a hundred levels
- Compete with your friends on Game Center leaderboards
Gameplay intro: http://youtu.be/PrmN8AJBiZ8
Added support for iPhone X, XR, XS and XS Max, and iPad Pro (3rd Gen)
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