hocus 2 is an upcoming mind-bending puzzler that’s heading for iOS later this month | Articles

hocus 2 is an upcoming puzzler from indie developer gambera.in that’s heading for iOS on 25th November as a premium title. It will see gamers fixing a plethora of mind-boggling puzzles that make use of perspective and illusions to make the whole lot a tad extra difficult.

If you solid your thoughts again 5 years it’s possible you’ll keep in mind the original hocus, which has been well-received since launch, holding robust consumer assessment scores on each the App Store and Google Play. It’s additionally been obtain a staggering 10 million instances on the latter storefront.

So whereas the sport is at the moment solely heading to Apple gadgets, there’s positively an viewers for the sport on Android it appears. The unique hocus did launch first for iOS earlier than heading to Android so it appears logical the developer will comply with the identical method as soon as once more with hocus 2, relying on the reception. 

The first sport was very minimalist in design and this is the case for hocus 2. However, it has launched a bit extra color to the backgrounds as a substitute of simply having a plain greyscale backdrop.

The sport will launch with 55 hand-crafted ranges and gamers should make use of 4 totally different mechanics. The developer says it is going to be a extra dynamic sport than its predecessor with extra illusion-inspired combos that can result in inventive options for the varied puzzles.

hocus 2 is accessible pre-order now over on the App Store forward of its launch on November 25th. It can be a premium title that prices $2.99. In the meantime, the primary sport is accessible on the App Store and Google Play for $0.99 or free on Android for those who’re a Google Play Pass subscriber.

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