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Gelati Safari - Game Review

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by Mieka Black (subscribe)
I'm a writer/blogger living in Adelaide, check my blog out at passthegeek.com
Published September 13th 2013
Do you like gelati? Yes? Good.
Do you like safaris? Yes? Well that's even better.
I have one last question for you. Do you like games, specifically mobile phone games? If the answer to that is also yes, then Gelati Safari by Mighty Kingdom is the perfect game for you.



Mighty Kingdom is a South Australian app development company that was formed by Philip Mayes and Jindou Lee. Together with their lead 3D artist Karl Lodge and their Art director Simon Scales, this band of merry men bring forth a triumphant age of fun with their mobile phone games.



The point of Gelati Safari is to capture gelati in the jungle. What Gelati is doing in the jungle - I have NO idea. You are given two crates in which to separate your pink and blue gelati from one another. It requires quick fingers but the game is very addictive.

With adorable colourful graphics your goal is capture your gelati before they melt in the heat of the jungle. The game starts off slow, a gelato here and a gelato there but the pace quickens as you continue to capture the cute little dessert treats. You get 20 points per crate that you fill but you have to make sure not to mix your gelati or else the game is over.



The mechanics to the game are simple and easy for anyone of any age. However, don't let that fool you. The game can become quite challenging as you progress, trying to make sure your gelati doesn't melt and isn't placed into the wrong crate is harder than it sounds.



Highly addictive and super cute, Gelati Safari is a fun for all ages game app that everyone can enjoy. It's well worth the 99c so if you're looking for the next cute addictive game to play whilst you're on the bus or suffering from insomnia check out Gelati Safari.
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Why? It was 99c!
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Where: Check the App Store
Cost: 99c
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