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>> IGF NOMINATED & INDIECADE WINNER <<
WATCH THE TRAILER AT: toucheliss.com
Named "A multitouch marvel" by EDGE Magazine and "A multitouch masterpiece" by Touch Arcade, this award-winning space game shook the Earth with its playful use of multitouch, and its stylish, fluid and abstract audiovisual design.
You're in charge of a universe where planets can be blended together into giant orbs or split into dwarf planets, and where a simple set of rules enable a large variety of different landscapes and gameplay styles.
This is a fast-paced and challenging puzzle game that will push your boundaries as a player for quite a while, and as Pocket Gamer put it, "Eliss is every bit as bold and fresh as Pong, Pac-Man or Tetris were when they first came out."
*** AWARDS ***
* IGF Nominated for "Innovation in Game Design" * * Winner of the IndieCade "Auteur" Award * * BestAppEver Winner for "Most Innovative Game" * * In Gamasutra's Top 5 iPhone games of 2009 * * In Boing Boing's Best Indie Games of 2009 *
*** PRAISE ***
“ A multitouch marvel.” EDGE "A multitouch masterpiece." Touch Arcade "There's nothing else like Eliss." Gamasutra "One of the most essential games for the platform." Boing Boing “Eliss is every bit as bold and fresh as Pong, Pac-Man or Tetris were when they first came out.” Pocket Gamer "A sublime techno-toy." AppleInsider “Eliss is brilliant fun.” Indie Gamer "There isn't another game like Eliss — she's one in a million." Offworld
“A multitouch marvel and indie favourite. [...] This is puzzle gaming at its most intuitive.” EDGE “The multi-touch controls are a revelation.” Cult Of Mac “There's no game in the AppStore that uses multitouch so fully. [...] Eliss is not to be missed.” Touch Arcade “Eliss is the kind of game that gets me excited about the iPhone as a game platform.” 1UP “Eliss is every bit as bold and fresh as Pong, Pac-Man or Tetris were when they first came out.” Pocket Gamer "A curious concoction of accessible play and alien origin, unlike any other game and baffling precisely because of its uniqueness, and destined to be the standard of tomorrow." Boing Boing