It’s hard to imagine modern video games without the polygons. Building blocks of almost all 3D graphics engines, they are everpresent in the industry. But not many people know that one of the first games to use them was the legendary Another World on the Amiga back in 1991. Revolutionary in both graphics and gameplay approach it has sold over a million copies and been ported to many platforms. And now 20 years later a re-mastered edition has found its way to the App Store: Another World – 20th Anniversary.
Prince of Persia is arguably one of the most renowned games ever. Even more importantly – it’s one of the more successful remakes of any franchises on the PC. And a few months ago the famous franchise started it’s triumphant stroll across the iOS platform with the release of both the classic Prince of Persia® Retro and a full-featured port of the PS2 version of Prince of Persia: Warrior Within. So how do the adventures of the Prince translate to the touchscreen?