Our good buddy Axis Sivitz has been working hard to make his awesome game Button Brigade even more awesome. Everyone’s favorite button-loving, finger-following robot worm has upgraded three times since the game’s release, bringing us to version 1.3. Let’s take a look at the changes:
Version 1.1 of Button Brigade brought us the stress-relieving advantage of checkpoints. The game’s more lengthy levels now include these check-marked buttons at opportune times in order to alleviate the frustration wrought of restarting from the very beginning if you fail. Considering how often I personally was forced to witness my segmented robot-worm’s destruction, I’m grateful to have a new tool to make the pain of those losses a little less.
The update to version 1.2 gives our glorious game a little cosmetic touch-up to make it even more glorious. That’s right– graphics update! As stated on Button Brigade‘s official site, “Every texture has been redesigned for better visual clarity and consistent style.” The comparison is above, with old on the right and new on the left.
And finally, last but not least, we arrive at the latest enhancement to our button-busting adventure. Version 1.3 brings us a redesign of the first three levels, the intent of which being to provide a better introduction to the game and its mechanics.
While not an update to the game itself, a Lite version has been released for those of you who like to try before you buy. If this is the first you’ve heard of the unique iOS action-puzzler that is Button Brigade, we have previously released a news article on and review of the game which should provide you with a bounty of information if you’re interested. You can also head over and check the game out on iTunes or the official Button Brigade website.