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I absolutely love Badland, it's pretty much the best video game ever in my opinion. And I was thrilled when they added that incredible level editor function, it was a dream come true for me. But, when I'm attempting to publish a level I've created. For some reason the game is using an old Game Center name of mine for the Author Name and I'm not sure why it's doing this? I've updated my name to something new in the Game Center settings. And when I launch Badland it greets me with this newly updated name. But, every time I go to publish my level, the game still for some odd reason insists on using my old Game Center name and not my new one. It's very confusing to me why it's doing this? I've tried uninstalling and re-installing the game but that didn't fix it either unfortunately. Do you think that you might update the game and allow us to customize and set our Author Name, just like we are able to do with the Level Name? Instead of the game just using a Game Center name. I would be really grateful if you would please look into this issue I'm experiencing and hopefully update Badland so that we can customize our Author Name in the level editor please. Thanks if you will consider this, thanks for this amazing game and the truly remarkable level editor and God bless. iPhone 6 Plus/ iOS 10.3.3 Edit: I've also created a Badland Forum post about this issue too. Thanks if you'll check it out, I appreciate that a lot.
From the time I started playing games, I’ve found many games I like and many games I don’t. I have a very open mind to the gaming world. I have played games from day one when they were created on the electronic video machines. I am, so glad, I gave, this game a try. Some may find it very interesting, some may find it odd, but I will say this, I like it. It is one of the very few games at the end of the day, I continue to play. So, all I can say to anyone, about this game, is just try it, you may find out you even buy it. It is one of the very few games that I actually chose to buy. “Just A Guy”
Hard, but worth the play....one of the best you'll ever play on iOS...the 2nd is even better update: I wish Game Center and badland worked properly together...it seems since the Game Center fix the only game I have issues with is badland..sometimes doesn't recognize my new clone score or mission score which can be frustrating since the game is about competing with others on the leaderboards...so if my data is incorrect what's the point? PS. frogmind, STOP including ads for your new game in a premium game I paid for...I don’t want to play or even look at your sellout freemium crap
Completed day 1, day 2, daydream and doomsday stages, some levels were very difficult. If you like skipping puzzles, this is for you, yes just click skip. If you don’t, like me, I suggest you don’t get this game. Completed 30 levels out of 100+ in Eternal day so far and a lot of the levels were super difficult. Just finish the level “Long Day” a History of Badland, that took me 15 minutes to 20 minutes to finish?! And some levels before that, took me an hour or less. Just not worth the time figuring out something that is too ridiculous. But like I said, you can always click skip. 3 out 5.
There’s a difference between challenging and frustrating and this game borders on the latter for many later stages. I finally got to a point where it just wasn’t worth it anymore when one spot on one level is so mind numbingly difficult, what’s the point? Most of the game I’d give 4 or 5 out of 5 but because of these stupid-hard levels, I’m so fed up with the game, enough to rate it low. When there’s only ONE way to get past something and if you don’t do it perfectly you’ll fail every time? That’s not good game design, it’s just sadistic. I’m done with this game. It’s visual splendor and in most cases good game mechanics have been ruined by the small percentage of levels that make you want to pull your hair out. Sad.
Developed by the Frogmind.
BADLAND has 897 user reviews.
BADLAND has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of BADLAND (3.4.3) was released on Jan 19, 2018.
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Fly and survive through the Game of the Year -winning action adventure BADLAND.
Over 65 MILLION players and counting!
#1 GAME in 83 countries!
App Store iPad GAME OF THE YEAR!
WINNER of the Apple Design Award!
Apple Editors' Choice worldwide!
5/5 - AppSmile - "A standout game"
4/4 - Slide to Play - "A must-download"
5/5 - AppSpy - "An absolute treat to play"
5/5 - Apple’N'Apps - "One of the best games"
9/10 - Destructoid - "A hallmark of excellence"
TouchArcade - "Easy to recommend"
“BADLAND is a standout game that we can’t stop playing.” -- AppSmile
“BADLAND’s unique gameplay and atmosphere make it a must-download.” -- Slide to Play
“BADLAND doesn’t simply look pretty, it’s an absolute treat to play.” -- AppSpy
“One of the best experiences on iOS.” -- Apple’N'Apps
“A hallmark of excellence.” -- Destructoid
App Store iPad GAME OF THE YEAR
WINNER of the Apple Design Award
WINNER of the Nordic Indie Sensation Award at Nordic Game
WINNER of the Best Project at Game Connection Europe
WINNER of the SCEE Award at Game Connection Europe
WINNER of the Best Game - Arcade & Action at the Tabby Awards
Selected Indie Game at PAX 10
Editors' Choice in Macworld
BADLAND is an award-winning atmospheric side-scrolling action adventure platformer set in a gorgeous forest full of various inhabitants, trees and flowers. Although the forest appears to be right out of a beautiful fairy tale, there’s something terribly wrong. The player controls one of the forest dwellers to find out what’s going on, and discovers an astonishing number of imaginative traps and obstacles on the way.
BADLAND takes side-scrollers to the next level with its innovative physics-based gameplay combined with stunning, atmospheric graphics and audio.
BADLAND also features a highly original local multiplayer mode for up to four players on the same device, where the name of the game is survival of the fittest with no rules. It’s totally OK to push your rivals in front of spinning circular saws to survive. Or, if that's too rough for you, you can also cooperate with your friends and play the modified single player campaign with up to four players.
- SINGLE PLAYER campaign with 100+ truly unique levels
- VERSUS mode for up to four players on the same device in 30+ levels
- COOPERATIVE mode for up to four players
* Survive the modified single player campaign with your friends
- LEVEL EDITOR: Create levels, share & play!
* Start from scratch or modify the official levels
- LEVEL WORLD: New levels to play all the time
* Discuss with the other level makers, share tips and watch level making tutorials at http://forum.badlandgame.com
- Intuitive one-touch controls combined with innovative level design
- Supports 3D Touch
* Super precise flying using touch
* Quick actions added to home screen icon to quickly access single player and editor
- Highly immersive audiovisual gaming experience
- Universal app optimized for iPhones, iPods and iPads
- iCloud support (player's game progress is synced with all linked iOS devices)
- iOS 7 Game Controller support
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Blog - http://www.badlandgame.com
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