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Limbo Review

July 7, 2015 — by Nishant "Spitfire" Maher0

Limbo

Limbo is a fascinating enterprise from Playdead that hopes to demonstrate that the marginally unpleasant can be endlessly stimulating. The backstory is basic: a kid looking for his lost sister meanders into LIMBO, a desolate land of darkness. The environment is a colossal component in the game. The stark colouring is inquisitively fascinating, with diverse shades of white and dark mixing in and out to make a delightfully dim 2D environment. The gameplay is simple and one aides the character with virtual joysticks. However, there are times one has think how to get past a hindrance to clear departure — and at different times, one needs to dodge deadly traps that end the run. At the point when one considers how straightforward LIMBO is, one may be amazed at how addictive it is. It meets up well, looks generally great and figures out how to be spooky but without scaring the wits out of you. The premium, one-time value `289, but the developer also provides you with a demo version of this amazing game. So what are you waiting for?

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7 / 10  
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Snake Rewind – iOS and Android – Review

July 7, 2015 — by Nishant "Spitfire" Maher0

The name explains it all, the iconic Snake is back and this time in a more colourful avatar. The game, developed in collaboration with Taneli Armanto and Rumilus Design, comes with an array of new features which would successfully choke the throat of any grievance coming from a regular troll. Oh, and you can now rewind the snake after it crashes. Snake Rewind provides the user with special fruit, unique challenges and missions. Another new feature, namely, the ‘Fruit Store’ is where one can go for boosts. The game also comes with a multiplayer option. On one hand the game still plays by the old rules, on the other, it welcomes snake to the modern world of gaming.

Snake Rewind

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Voxel Rush Review

July 7, 2015 — by Nishant "Spitfire" Maher0

Voxel Rush

This creation by HyperBees is a first-person endless-runner 3D game. Voxel Rush is evidently superfast when it comes to gameplay but minimalistic in terms of design. The dynamic nature of the gameplay however, makes up for that excessive simplicity. It’s a tough job to stay away from this game once you start playing it. The objective is easy – keep racing into infinity, dodging vertical blocks but this is easier said than done. The game throws various challenges at you, including inverted frames, falling blocks, randomly generated crevices, etc. The distance travelled translates into game money which can be used for upgrades. “Gaming at it’s best?” We couldn’t agree more.

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ZigZag Review

July 7, 2015 — by Nishant "Spitfire" Maher0

ZigZag

This game by KetchApp follows a very important thumb rule – the easiest things are sometimes really hard to achieve. Keeping the black ball on the zigzagging path seems like a cakewalk, just till the second you attempt a round. Zigzag’s controls are simple (tap to turn), but infinitely challenging. As far as gameplay is concerned, the path is proceduraly generated. However, the fact that it changes colours at regular intervals stands on a thin line between alluring and deceptive (your eyes might just wander off the ball for a second, which is enough.) All in all, Zigzag is quite addictive – it tends to get more fun when you realize it does not exhaust your battery as quickly as Frontline Commando does though.

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