Just saw a PR blurb
about a new iPhone game called Squid Kid.
Squid Kid lets the player swing in any direction, cut corners, find short cuts and capture the most notorious villains the ocean has ever seen, what more do you want! . . . SquidKid's touch control system is simple to learn while the levels have hidden depths, giving users days worth of fun game play. Squid Kid adds a twist to the normal run and jump, Super Mario Bros style platform games, as you can swing and fling yourself in any direction.Wait, this sounds really familiar. Where did I . . . oh yeah! Someone wrote this for Android phones already, and it's called Squibble.
Help Squibble swing, bounce, and slingshot his way home in an epic,
fast-paced and fun 2D platformer that’s easy to learn but hard to