This latest sequel easily deserves to be called one of the greater iPad games ever and this statement is qualified by considering that it’s originating game, Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor, is still considered by many to be one of the very first truly great mobile games. The newly launched game improves and exceeds its life-giving predecessor all aspects of gameplay, storyline, graphics, animation, and sound effects.
It is now available on iTunes at only $4.99 it performance its duties as a strategic game brilliantly, as well as numerous unique insects that players can stalk, kill and consume throughout multiple environments featuring gothic details as well as a myriad of clues that must be discovered and as a cherry on top gameplay incorporates weather data from your immediate surroundings in the real-world. Back in 2009 when the first Spider was released developers were still figuring out exactly how to make use of smart phone touchscreens to control gameplay, and this game was an instant hit because it ticked all the above boxes, which it combined with highly interactive and engaging gameplay. This latest game follows up the winning Editor’s Choice award game with a strong dose of the same medicine, but much improved to make use of tremendous advances in smart pad technology.
The natural fear humans have of spiders makes these scary arachnids one of the most entertaining gaming characters out there if the developers make full use all their natural abilities. The goal in this game, as in the first, requires players to achieve the highest possible score by consuming the highest number of insects possible. In order to achieve this, players will be required to weave webs which will catch their meals. The action of flicking a spider from different spots across a room leaving silver silken in their wake creates a tremendous feeling of achievement. The trick comes in remembering that the spider silk is not unlimited, but may only be refilled by eating more and more bugs which in turn allows you to place more and more intricately patterned webs.