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Gry Onet (Sep 23, 2013)
Premiera "Simon the Sorcerer" na smartfony i tablety to najlepsze, comogło spotkać młodocianego czarodzieja na jego dwudzieste urodziny. Grę powinni kupić wszyscy fani gatunku, nie zważając na cenę (App Store - kilka złotych, Google Play - aż kilkanaście), gdyż ABSOLUTNIE jest jej warta. To w dalszym ciągu jedna z najlepszych przygodówek wszech czasów.
App Spy (Aug 06, 2009)
Simon the Sorcerer is a great port of the 1993 original and is exactly as fans remember it, with a few improvements. The different control options are well done and overall the game looks and sounds a lot smoother. If you had the patience to play the original over multiple floppy discs, or just love the retro Monkey Island type adventure games, then do yourself a favour and add Simon the Sorcerer to your collection.
AppSafari (Apr 14, 2010)
Control-issues aside, this is a solid port of a truly fantastic adventure game. It doesn’t bring anything new to the table, but it does a great job of helping to re-introduce a criminally under-appreciated genre to the iPhone. Nostalgia-seekers will get a kick out of playing this retro delight again, and new players will wonder how in the world they’d missed this exceptional game all these years. If you like well-written, funny games packed with story and a lot of heart, trust me when I say, this is the app to buy.
Slide to Play (Aug 17, 2009)
Control quibbles aside, this is a fantastic trip down memory lane that is well worth the $4.99 price of admission for point-and-click fans, especially those who never played this 16 years ago, and its auto-save feature makes it a perfect companion for your morning and afternoon commute adventures. Brush up on your Ye Olde Spellbooke and begin your wizard training without delay. You won't likely regret it.