[Update] Narcissus is a simple but challenging co-operative platformer, available now on iPad and iPhone
Keep an eye on your reflection
Updated on February 8th, at 5:07: Alone or with a friend, you can now attempt to survive the mirrored stages of Narcissus, out now on the App Store.
Narcissus features 50 levels of frantic dual-person platforming and can be downloaded for free, with a £1.99 / $1.99 in-app purchase to remove ads.
Narcissus is a two-player co-operative platformer, coming to iOS next week.
Narcissus is a side-scrolling platformer in which you control both figures on the screen at the same time (here's where the dual-player comes in useful). Of course, you don't have to play with two players, you can still just tackle it singularly, but it's nice to have the tag-in option.
If it looks familiar to you, our long-term Pocket Gamer fans, we actually did a preview of the game back in 2014. That was before its colours had a bit of a re-vamp, however, and the game is certainly looking rather pretty.
Give the video a watch and you can probably see where the challenge sets in if you got at it alone. It reminds me a little of Nidhogg in its style, and gives the game an effective but unburdened design.
Narcissus is slated to launch on the 9th February on iOS, with Android coming sometime thereafter.