Award-winning indie game Thomas Was Alone now available for iOS

Thomas Was Alone

The indie puzzle game Thomas Was Alone has now been ported from the PC and Mac platforms to run on iOS. The game is an immersive adventure that's driven by narration where users control and direct various rectangular shapes, one of which is named Thomas, to exit points at each level. Each shape will have its own unique personality and capability, so the shapes will have to work together to jump and overcome obstacles before arriving at the point of exit.

The game is a simple and minimalistic game that is "about friendship and jumping," according to the description posted on Apple's App Store. There are 100 levels and the story is narrated by Danny Wallace. Though the app was just launched today for iOS, the game has received high praises on other platforms.

You can read more about the game and its plot on the official website.

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Award-winning indie game Thomas Was Alone now available for iOS


If you have a PS Vita and a Playstation Plus membership, you can currently get the game for free since you are unwilling to pay the price. I am going to get this game for my iOS devices also.