Dark Inclusion could be an heir to the Castlevania saga iPad and iPhone 2 , but with a different theme. slightly retro graphics, epic music and atmosphere well achieved and transferred to an alternative past in which science has gotten out of hand .
We face a great deal of adventure and action jumps in a 2D environment. Anya, the protagonist, belongs to the resistance, a group of dissidents to the power that lives in the basement of the city. Should be made ??with the military biological weapon that is designed to prevent the complete destruction of the human race.
Our heroine can carry up to four branches, which will increase your defense or speed, or elemental powers added to their attacks. Some powers are useful also to move around the stage, like electricity, which will serve to activate elevators. The interesting thing is that each power has a limited number of uses: when we spend it, it disappears. However, they release them level enemies that are constantly renewed, so you only have to kill a few to take back our power.
There’s something very well has penetrated the community of gamers on the App Store: the controls. The virtual joystic is vague and does not respond as it should, which is a shame because the game requires skillful control in many situations. There are also noticeable delay between when you press the jump button, and the action occurs. Fortunately, it is an adjustment problem and it seems that the developers plan to fix this with future updates.
A curiosity: If you have 3D glasses (those that came with a red and blue lens, which is used to view anaglyphs) you can play the game with a very original three-dimensional effect.