June 26th, 2012 | By Jamell Brown
Usually, the most least complicated concepts to hit the App Store are the most well done and fun to play. By those standards, Mediatronic’s Inappropriate Llama Disaster should be a masterpiece, seeing as how it was originally created in three hours during a game jam held by the studio to brainstorm ideas for a new project. Now free and on the App Store, the developer is leaving it to the fans to decide if their silly and incredibly simple game is worthy of our time.
Inappropriate Llama Disaster profits from the type of laugh we all issue when someone looses some audible flatulence in the midsts of a grave political conference, or something like that. There are no real controls for the game, only a single button, and there’s no need to worry about the level of polish put to platforming or anything like that, as there is none, that’d be far too complicated for such a simple idea. Instead, a series of short videos are run during the course of the game, during which players must use the games single button in order to trigger a — you guessed it — inappropriate llama disaster in the middle of the scene, preferably at the most inappropriate moment possible.
Scoring is based on a star system, similar to Angry Birds and games like it, where players are given a certain amount of stars based on how close they came to interrupting the scene at what the developers have perceived as the most inappropriate moment. Disarming a bomb? Not if this llama stampede charges past right when you’re moving towards the red wire!
Inappropriate Llama Disaster is, as previously stated, free on the App Store at the moment, so it’s definately worth the money. Kill a few minutes, have a few laughs, and let the good times roll.
For more information on this and other Mediatronic products, head over to their official website.