Have you ever wanted to conjure up wind or tornadoes with the stroke of your finger? In daWindci, a mobile game from German based Mimimi Productions, you slide or swipe your finger on the screen to generate wind to power a hot air balloon through 45 levels of the game. You can even cause rain to fall and tornadoes to whirl. We think daWindci offers fairly unique game play.
Here’s the complete daWindci description from Mimimi Productions:
In daWindci, you take control of the wind that shall lead a homemade hot air balloon through 45 levels. Therefore a sensitive multi-touch gesture control is required, because sharp cliffs, wind tunnels, dangerous electric fields and a lot of incredible inventions are standing between you and the success of your mission. With your fingertip you create hurricanes, short blasts or powerful thunderbolts to push your balloon forward. As a sovereign of the weather, you open doors with the wind or you blow down heavy levers, just to help your balloon through the mountains. On your way, a lot of mysterious physics puzzles have to be solved.
For the 5-8 hours of playtime, the developers of Mimimi Productions made a point of creating a nice mixture of charming graphics, a meditative soundtrack and a challenging gameplay. They also integrated a special social network connection into the game: Any results of daWindci — as highscores or the design of the balloon, which can be changed in a special shop — can be shared with friends on Facebook. So the game isn’t just challenging yourself — you also can challenge your friends online. With their first commercial game, the developers therefore combine an entertaining gameplay with the latest mobile- and online-features.
• Multitouch finger gestures
• Meditative soundtrack, beautiful graphics, innovative gameplay
• 5-8 hours of gameplay
• 45 levels and over 20 designs for your balloon
• 14 special tasks (Achievements)
• Facebook and Game Center support
• Cooperative gameplay
• Winner of the German Developer Prize (Newcomer-Award)
• Nominee of the German Computer Game Prize 2011
• Nominee for the Unity3D award
• For iPad, iPhone and iPod touch