In the lead up to the release of Framed 2, the original Framed was featured as Apple’s Free App of the Week. It was a nice way to create some awareness for the sequel (which is actually a prequel), and a great way to get up to speed for those who hadn’t enjoyed the original yet.
But how does Loveshack’s much anticipated follow-up stack up? If we were to compare it to film versions of origin stories, would it be a Phantom Menace, or a Batman Begins?
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Framed is difficult to compare to any other game – Australian studio Loveshack Entertainment created something of a niche with its stylish noir puzzler on iOS in 2014. The unique release has since migrated to Apple TV, and coupled with the Siri Remote it feels as equally at home on the big screen as it does on mobile.
Not long ago we posted a list of three excellent titles that you really should play on Apple TV with the Siri Remote, and Framed could easily fit into a followup collection. Fitting the criteria of the original trio, it’s easily accessible via the Siri Remote, yet offers an experience with more depth and challenge then the proliferation of mobile puzzle ports on the platform.
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