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iPad Game Reviews (Aug 22, 2012)
Gua-Le-Ni is one of the best ipad puzzle game that you must have, especially it’s the exclusive game only for IPad device.
Joystick Division (Dec 07, 2011)
As you can see, budding taxonomist, The Horrendous Parade is a highly imaginative video game, one with simple controls and sophisticated remediation - a scholarly book presented on the iPad. As Breda University and Double Jungle puts it, "The psychophysiological tests for Gua-Le-Ni were run together with interviews and questionnaires which supported and contextualized the biometric patterns that arose from our experiments." Their biometrics are sexy.
148apps (Dec 12, 2011)
A unique puzzle/memory game that turns players into taxonomists. Strange paper creatures waddle across the screen and must be properly categorized before they escape off the page.
90 (Jan 18, 2012)
Thanks to its biometric technology, Gua-Le-Ni Or: The Horrendous Parade is a compelling puzzle game, capable of adapting to your mood, whatever it is. What else to ask for?
NG-Gamer (Jan 19, 2012)
Ben je opzoek naar een vernieuwende puzzelgame, die gemakkelijk op te pakken is om tussen het werk door een half uurtje te spelen maar na meerdere potjes nog steeds uitdaging geeft tot het unlocken van achievements, het behalen van de hoogste score of de meest lange combo's te maken die er zijn. En heb je toevallig een iPad in je bezit; dan is Gua-Le-Ni zeker een titel om te bekijken. Wil je met al je scores de strijd aan gaan met je vrienden, is dit ook mogelijk: het spel ondersteunt namelijk share mogelijkheden via Facebook en Twitter.
Indie Game Magazine (Sep 03, 2012)
When it comes down to it, Gua-Le-Ni is not only the type of game the industry needs, but is one everybody should experience.
The Indie Mine (Sep 11, 2012)
While outward appearances might make one think Gua-Le-Ni was meant for a young audience, it really plays to all ages.
Touch Arcade (Nov 29, 2011)
The joy of taxonomy may fade in time, but you'll always have the knowledge that you were the one to identify the humble Lob-hog-bit, and that's a memory that will last.
78 (Dec 16, 2011)
Gua-Le-Ni Or: The Horrendus Parade è veramente un titolo unico e particolare, la cui classificazione (per uno strano scherzo del destino) è veramente problematica. Siamo ben consci del fatto che molti utenti potrebbero trovarlo videoludicamente poco attraente, ma il lavoro incredibile di sviluppo e immaginazione, il concept originale e il suo essere assolutamente sopra le righe lo rendono un gioco consigliato davvero a molti, ma non certo a tutti. Come sempre in questi casi, il consiglio è di acquistarlo ad occhi chiusi se amanti delle "sperimentazioni" e delle soluzioni innovative, mentre per tutti gli altri conviene aspettare eventuali sconti o promozioni vantaggiose.
Slide to Play (Jan 17, 2012)
Gua-Le-Ni's isn't like any game you've played before.
Calm Down Tom (Dec 07, 2011)
Did I like it? Well I found myself oddly drawn to it. After all it is a memory game in which time is of the essence and that can get a bit addictive once you decide your going to up the difficulty. Even though sometime the iPad controls can get frustrating, this is overall a nicely presented game with a high concept but a great central premise.