1,000 - 5,000 downloads
- Really original
- Thrilling and enthralling game
- 8bit-ish Minecraft-esque graphics
- No lite or trial version
- It might get eventually boring if no new game modes are added
An original reinterpretation of endless runner games.
Since the advent of that game about running away from gorillas, runners are a dime a dozen. In an absolutely different kettle of fish, what Lucas and Spielberg did to Indiana Jones has allowed fans worldwide to parody it without remorse.
Mixing up those two unrelated topics, comes Indiana Stone, an original concept with an absolutely non original gameplay. You play the role of the ever-chaser boulder trying to smash the hero through a maze of corridors and tunnels in an old abandoned temple. Game's fun for fun's sake, and every stage is lavishly seasoned with ramps, traps and stuff in order to make of it a faster and in more than a sense more thrilling game than that in which it's inspired. Graphics are shamelessly 8bit-ish and that's all you need to know. Regrettably, at the moment of this review there isn't any free, lite or trial version, so you'll have to choose between this paid, über-original and retro-like game or any of the already free you might well know.
We also wonder how much it will take to be released a game to play as the gorillas.
As a rolling boulder, crush the treasure hunter as he tries to escape with a priceless idol!
▪It's a ROLL REVERSAL where YOU are the boulder
▪Rad 9-bit art and music that takes 8-bits to the next dimension
▪Visit exotic locale like Egypt, China, and Indiana
▪A metric ton of unlockables and super secrets
▪Four smashing game modes: Story, Challenge, QuickRoll and Endless
Before long you'll agree:
This game belongs in a museum!
Here's what people are saying about Indiana Stone!
"Indiana Stone: The Brave and the Boulder has just Dethroned Temple Run as the best Endless Runner out there. Yep. Said it. Meant it. Now go buy it." - Bernardo Español (Nardio)
"A well-crafted sendup of both Indiana Jones and the infinite runner genre, Indiana Stone: The Brave an the Boulder is a rock-solid." - Kinetikai (jayisgames)
"Indiana Stone: The Brave and the Boulder effortlessly stands out in a crowded App Store, and should roll right on to your iOS device." - Trevor Sheridan (AppleNApps)
"With plenty of thought and planning put into it, it's an easy title to recommend for those looking for an Endless Runner that does things a little differently from the norm." - Jennifer Allen (148apps)
"I was surprised to find that I am a fan of boulder-based games." - Juli Clover (AppAdvice)
Minor bug fixes.
This game. You should play it.
Played this one for hours and still have some outstanding challenges to complete. Plus the humour and the Easter Eggs (those I've seen so far) are great!
My first impression of this game was great. Since sinking more time into it I'm left wanting more. I have no regrets purchasing it, I just wish there was more depth to the levels. The aesthetic is great if you enjoy the retro voxel thing. The humor is dec
Nice dev too. More content please!
Easy to play and very enjoyable. Exactly the kind of game I like!
A great sense of humor, fun gameplay, and tons of content make this a great game. The challenge levels are particularly well done.