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    First shots of an iPad game detailed and revealed

    iPhone gaming outfit Secret Exit, creator of the widely-acclaimed iPhone game Zen Bound, has just announced the iPad version of the title. Not only will it be a port, but it’ll be enhanced for the tablet hardware with new levels, music, gameplay, and improved graphics and visuals.


    Zen Bound 2 is described as “both a sequel and a revision” of the original game, for the iPad.  According to the press release brought by Kotaku, “The graphical fidelity on the iPad far improves on the critically acclaimed visuals of the first game – the surfaces are brimming with detail, vivid colors and subdued tones”.


    The game focuses on a zen-like exercise that’s supposed to calm you and help you unwind; with buyers gearing up for the iPad launch coming April 3rd (expect this around the same time), I’d say that we’ll need all the calming that we can get.

    Via : Slash Gear

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