Stay is a new physics game in the AppStore from Pete Anderson (weeatpeople.com). The concept is simple, keep your red object on the seesaw for as long as possible. You keep things balanced by dropping more blocks onto the seesaw. What may seem like a simple task, becomes slightly more tricky as some blocks will behave badly and try to knock your red object off. The longer you play, the more chaotic it becomes.
Stay features three difficulty levels and an alternate gameplay mode called survival. In survival mode there’s no red object, only the seesaw; whenever the seesaw dips below the screen, it drains away some life from your life meter. When your meter is empty, your game is over.
The game has been built using Unity game engine. Becoming more popular with iPhone developers as it allows easy port from Unity application straight to xcode for publishing to the appstore. Unfortunately, the Unity logo is always visible and the price around $600.00 with iPhone license may put off a few. If you are used working with 3D software and not much of a coder, this may be solution for you. Worth checking out and having a play with the demo version. More info here.
UPDATE 18.08.2009: We have just received few promocodes to give away. Leave a comment below and 5 lucky winners will be picked by random later today.
Posted on: 18/08/2009