Inka Madness is an awesome little platformer for Windows Phone, which is free for the time being. The player is tasked with taking Atuq, the favourite son of the ruler Inca Tupac Qhari and a great and fearless warrior who the gods have chosen, on the important mission to free his siblings from an awful curse and remove chaos from the Inca Empire.
The title is also available on iOS. As with any platformer, the player can jump, attack and move left to right across multiple biomes. Battling numerous enemies, it's worth picking up if you're a massive fan of indie games that offer hours of gameplay. The game has also been updated a handful of times in the past, adding new features and optimising overall performance.
You can download Inka Madness from the Windows Phone Store for free. There are humorous moments coupled with exciting gameplay and cute graphics. A perfect combo. Thanks, Szilix14, for the tip!
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