Cheezia: Gears of Fur is a successful iOS/iPhone and Android with a brilliant gameplay mode and interesting concept. Instead of puzzles, Gears of Fur will throw you into a classic platform adventure as you drive the mouse on an epic Manu revenue to recover stolen by the evil Evil Kiwinel. Here you control the mouse heroic Manu, who is indented to recover the revenue stolen by the Evil Kiwinel - a pun on the name of the legendary Evil Knievel stunt. Instead of a puzzle, here is a great platform game, the kind that probably would have made some success in the golden period of the Mega Drive and Super Nintendo. Ok it is true that there is a plethora of titles of the genre available on iTunes. However, it is easy to see that the treatment given by Nordic Solutions developer goes considerably beyond. Starting with the physics that governs the universe dainty Manu. The command responses here - that, in fact, boil down to jump and walk from one side to the other - are as perfect as the reaction offered by the scenarios. Something really impressive if you consider the originality of the proposal: its hero walks in here a gear (direct reference to the first game, of course) - skill that is well used here, especially in times of vertical structure.
But the graphics in high definition (HD) are also not ugly. They are beautiful designs, both for the main structures and for the backgrounds - always detailed and animated. Maybe a little "but" here go to the near absence of enemies in stages. The appearances are almost rare, leaving the challenge of the game over the crossing of the scenarios (which is no small thing, of course). Finally, Cheezia: Gears of Fur is the proof that the IOS can be a wonderful repository of gaming culture. This is a revisit to a glorious era, a period in which the main mascots jumping defined lode industry. By the way, notice the song that is played at the end of each phase. Reminiscent of a certain hedgehog, no? Anyway.
However, rather than simply controlling a character walking through scenarios, here you will always be in a gear, which makes it possible to scale various surfaces. To destroy enemies, Cheezia: Gears of Fur makes use of classical mechanics to jump on the head, while a practice "torn" (dash ) is responsible for break through some structures. The game also features graphics in high definition (HD) and brings the ability to set the size of the game controls - small, medium and large, according to the size of your tablet/smartphone.
Cheezia: Gears of Fur is a full free iOS and Android game that can be played by any types and ages of games. It is available for free at both Google Play and iTunes Appstore and works on Android 2.2 or later and iOS 4.3 or later.