Naughty Bear Arrives On iPhone

Seemingly out of the blue, A2M (that’s Artificial Mind and Movement) have announced that their “icon within the gaming world” (really?) Naughty Bear has jumped platforms to star in his own iPhone/iPod game.

“In the last six months Naughty Bear has captured the imagination of a very wide fanbase and very quickly become an icon within the gaming world and a beacon for the disenfranchised and the disgruntled everywhere,” said Tim Woodley, head of Global Brand Management, 505 Games. “With the launch of the iPhone version, Naughty Bear fans can finally, and quite literally, take matters into their own hands.”

The game is available now priced at £1.79 and features ‘a unique control system’ tailored for the iPhone and a top down view point. The game switches to a a close up view when you execute a naughty, as seen in the screenshot below.

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You can read the TSA review of the console version of Naughty Bear here or if you would like to know the views of a Cub reviewing a Naughty Bear stay tuned for the next paragraph….

Aaargh! Why the hell is the camera doing that? I can’t see anything! Argh! Stupid camera why is it so close to the action? Naughty game! Naughty, naughty, naughty game! *throws in bin*

Source: Videogamer.com

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20 Comments

  1. Such an unfortunate initials.. a2m….

    • I know, I can’t beleive no one said anything at that board meeting. Might be a tricky one to broach though I suppose

      • are you referring to the act of ass to mouth

      • I’ve always found it difficult broaching the subject of ass to mouth action in my meetings at work.

      • Wow… Still… you really went there.

  2. £1.79 is about the price the PS3 version should be.

  3. The PS3 version was terrible, what made them do this?!

    • The need to recoup their losses on the console versions and the dipsh*t level of intelligence usually found when browsing the app store?

  4. “In the last six months Naughty Bear has captured the imagination of a very wide fanbase and very quickly become an icon within the gaming world and a beacon for the disenfranchised and the disgruntled everywhere” then the game was released and everyone saw it for the cynical pile of pap it most clearly is. “Icon?” Of course it’s up there with Mario, Sonic and Kratos. Get over yourself gentlemen. I’ve not seen this level of delusion since last weeks X Factor.

    Releasing a rushed port to the iphone is likely desperation to recoup some of the revenue that the console version didn’t realise upon release.

    I’d like to do a “naughty” on the folks who assumed this game was a sensible use of time and financial resources. I wouldn’t rent this game if it was on fire. Call me cynical but… oh just call my cynical.

  5. … … no comment

  6. Icon of the disgruntled and disenfranchised more like.

  7. Naughty human…. of 505… very naughty and completely ridiculous

  8. Never played the ps3 version but Icon? Really?

  9. it would have to TC with a comment like that at the end

    • I so wanted to ike the game but the camera is unbelievable. If they had moved it back then they game would been so much better, but I guess they ket it close up to disguise just how small each level is.

      • Totally agree. I was constantly thinking i’d get used to it but never did and spent half my time trying to wrestle it into a position that helped. It kills the games only good feature, the stealth, because you can never see enough of the area to be sure you won’t be spotted

  10. Lol what a waste of time

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