Repost: Soma Games’ G Review

Some time ago, I contacted Soma Games, a new developer in the portable market, about any titles they had in the queue for release. I previously covered their game G when it was little more than concept art and an idea.

Soma Games released G a little while back and I had a chance to test it out and see if the game matched the plans of the developers. Safe to say, it is an unexpected and awesome surprise considering the bulk of what is on the iTunes Apps Store.

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