Grab Cave’s iOS Shooters At A Discount This Week

By Ishaan . August 12, 2012 . 3:00pm

Cave are holding a special summer sale on their iOS games until Friday, August 17th. Here’s a look at what you can pick up at a discount:

 

Espgaluda II – $5.99 (regular price: $7.99)

Espgaluda II HD - $10.99 (regular price: $13.99)

 

Bug Princess - $2.99 (regular price: $4.99)

Bug Princess 2 - $4.99 (regular price: $6.99)

 

Deathsmiles – $6.99 (regular price: $11.99)

Mushihimesama Bug Panic – $0.99 (regular price: $6.99)

 

Dodonpachi Resurrection - $5.99 (regular price: $7.99)

Dodonpachi Blissful Death - $2.99 (regular price: $4.99)

Dodonpachi Resurrection HD - $10.99 (regular price: $13.99)

 


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  • https://twitter.com/#!/SplashdownTiger STiger

    Remember when Cave said they were bringing some of these to Android (in the US) and then they didn’t?

  • http://www.segalization.com/ Kuronoa

     Are these actually fun ports?  It is one of the few reasons I actually want a iphone (as well as 360′s state of niche) and I want to make sure the controls are actually good for its gameplay.

    • http://twitter.com/matty_125 matty

      I think they’re great ports. If there are any bugs they’re quick to remedy it. I’m not sure how other developers handle the quality of their iOS properties, and I can’t say I know many, but Cave offers quality in those regards.

  • CirnoLakes

    I don’t have an iOS device.:<

    Can I buy and play them anyway? Decent iOS emulators out there? Anything?

    I'll buy it. I'll buy it right now.

    • PoweredByHentai

      You can buy it from the iTunes store.  The caveat there is that you’ll need to install iTunes on your PC.  As for emulators, nope, an iOS emulator doesn’t exist.

      • Locklear93

        iOS emulators ARE in progress, though: http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/29/ios-emulator-android/

        Additionally, there’s an iOS simulator as part of the iOS SDK, though getting that SDK might require a developer license with Apple–I don’t know what goes into it; I don’t read much on Apple stuff–and the iOS simulator is Mac only.

        • PoweredByHentai

          I suggest that you take a closer look at the date of that article and then reconsider your statement.

          • Locklear93

            About a year ago.  I said they were in progress; I didn’t say they were finished, or even in alpha.

            Edit: Comma splice begone!

  • James Smith

    These are good games, I wish Cave had them released digitally to more systems, cross porting and game publishing ain’t that hard these days.
    The iOS ports are good work well and have good extra content, don’t know how well they’ll play on the iPhone but I tried some on the iPad and they were good.

    • Locklear93

      Seconded.  I own no iOS device, and never will, but I’d be happy to throw money at Cave for more of their shooters.  They just need to get them on a platform I can use.

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