Apparently, Hunted Cow is able to create mobile games that aren't historical strategy games. I know, I'm as surprised as you are.
The proof of this lies in Invertical Touch. It's Hunted Cow's latest, and it's a platformer about a cube with legs. It's called Qube, apparently.
Qube needs to find the portal to get home. How Qube got so lost is beyond me. I mean, c'mon Qube, what are you playing at?
Qube is obviously a bit of a clutz. And it's your job to help Qube out. Great.
You do this by inverting the colours of the environments so that Qube can hop across them. There's 60 levels of this.
Plus, there are 150 books and scrolls to find along the way. Apparently, Qube likes to read, I guess. Maybe it's hunting more literature to absorb that got Qube lost in the first place.
Who knows? Well, maybe you will if you purchase Invertical Touch for 79p / 99c when it arrives on the UK and US App Stores at midnight.