Catch the Ark
Yes or No-ah?
by Matthew Diener 10/1/2013
Product: Catch the Ark
Developer: PlaySide Studios
Format: iPhone, iPad
Genre: Endless running
After being out of Sunday school for some years, I've come to accept that some of what I was taught was wrong.
The antediluvian Noah, for example, is a tremendous jerk if PlaySlide Studios's Catch the Ark is to believed.
Rather than serve as the soft-hearted shepherd of all species destined to survive the flood, Catch the Ark's Noah is a panicky self-centered sod who clearly doesn't want certain critters to survive the flood since saving them might get him a bit wet.
Water, water everywhere
To stymie the selfish shepherd, the three adorable critters you control hop onto a raft just before the flood waters surge up behind them. The ensuing wave sends them rocketing after the ark, and thus the endless-running - or, more accurately, endless-rafting - of Catch the Ark begins.
Gorgeous graphics and fun presentation make this game a difficult one to stop playing
©2013 Steel Media Limited
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