21/12/2011, 4:17 PM
LostWinds available in App Store
LostWinds is now available from the Apple App Store:
The launch trailer for LostWinds on iOS is also now available on YouTube, you can view it from the link below:
Very, Very Disappointed!
I just bought LostWinds today, installed it on my 3rd gen iPad and I wanted to simply delete the game! don't get me wrong just yet...
I like this game so, so much the first time I saw the game play on youtube, though I never know this game before 'cause I only play Zelda when I still had my wii and now skyward sword on my friend's wii.
and for the reason I am very disappointed is because of the looks on my New iPad!
I mean, it's not even HD let alone ready for the retina display, it looks dull and blurry to me, don't know how it looks on iPhone, 'cause me friend who owns iPhone 4S wouldn't buy this game just yet after he saw it on my screen. he gave me a big lol, in case you wanna know!
so, I want to know... are you going to make an update for this game? make it HD and ready for retina display!? it's so good this LostWinds suppose to be, but again, I know that some developer are lazy and all they care is profit, profit and profit! well of course, knowing this game was previously on wii, I'll understand if it's not even HD, sad!
take Fibble for example, new game, differ price on iPhone and iPad for a good reason! more expensive on iPad, but it's worth every penny! you should see how awesome it looks! it's the era man, all games are suppose to be made in HD now! come on!
30/03/2012, 12:53 PM
We're currently working on an update so the game can take advantage of the iPad 3, as it already does when comparing the game between iPad 1 and iPad 2.
this is very good to know sir, it's a very nice game in deed, honest! I'll wait for the update then, at least it must look sharper, better in colors, and smoother graphic. but don't take too long ok, I won't play it until the update release!
Originally Posted by
Vincent Wan, Indonesia
12/04/2012, 9:44 AM
We haven't confirmed any further platforms as yet.