GrioGames has announced the launch of its newest title on iOS and Android devices: Whobert’s Path. The game sees players helping Whobert regain his memory by making matches of cards in move-limited levels. The memory match game offers power-ups and obstacles to use / overcome in each stage, and features over 125 levels at launch.
In each level of Whobert’s Path, players are presented with a different layout of face-down cards. Players work to make matches of cards to earn points and clear the stage, but each incorrect match costs a move. If players run out of moves before clearing all of the stage’s cards, they’ll lose a life. These lives recharge over time, or can be purchased to instantly continue.
In some stages, Whobert’s mind will wander, causing tiles to move around the stage. Players can use power-ups to stop this movement, or to simply add more moves to the level, among other boosts. The more matches players make in a row, the clearer Whobert’s mind becomes, allowing users to “peek” under certain cards without flipping them over.
Whobert’s Path offers Facebook connect for inviting friends and comparing scores across the game’s 10 worlds. Players can also send gifts to their friends. Since launching in the first week of March, the game has been downloaded over 5,000 times.
GrioGames is led by EA / Kabam veteran Dave Arnold-Fernandez, who brings a decade of experience at major studios to the indie development scene.