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GRIS Is Coming to iOS This Month

If you missed out on the amazing GRIS because you didn’t have a PC or Nintendo Switch, now is your chance; that is, if you have an iPhone or iPad available. GRIS is coming to iOS later in August for $4.99, a steal if you ask me (the original launch on PC and Switch went for $16.99, which I think was already worth it). The game will be fully optimized for iOS and features the entire game in the palm of your hand (or lap, if you have an iPad). You can preorder the beautiful platformer ahead of its release on August 22, 2019. Click here to preorder the game and get yourself ready for release.

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We recently reviewed GRIS on Nintendo Switch and gave it lots of glowing praise. We loved almost every aspect of the pretty game, including the music by Berlinist and astounding hand-drawn animation. If you’re interested in reading the Sick Critic review and learning what we had to say about it in detail, you can read it here.

Will you be picking up GRIS on iOS, and if so, will it be on iPad or the smaller iPhone? Personally, I’m willing to drop $5 on this masterpiece of a game even though I already own it on Nintendo Switch. I would recommend you buy and play it right away if you have a Switch or PC that can run it. There are few games out there like this one and few as emotional.

Nomada Studio has received plenty of virtual applause for their game and we can’t wait to see what they come up with next. If you have played the game, let us know what you thought about it in the comments! And keep it locked to Sick Critic for all your gaming news, features, and reviews.

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