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261. Posted: Sat 22nd Jun 2013 06:58 BST
Soccer Bashi - This one is a pretty good block breaker game if you like those. It controls well; has excellent power-ups, special blocks, and enemies; and the levels on display are designed well. The presentation is pretty good, with the sound effects in particular nicely done. The only major problem is that the main gimmick hardly ever comes into play, as the AI controlling the "goalie" is just too smart. I'll keep the demo, but I don't have enough interest in it to buy the full game. 7/10
Edited on Sat 22nd June, 2013 @ 07:00 by BulbasaurusRex
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262. Posted: Sun 23rd Jun 2013 07:01 BST
Crystal Vampire demo was retired but it is a great game, it is similar to Smash TV, so i recommend it a lot.
I played chick chick Boom and then i downloaded the full game, same for Monsteca Corral (it is similar to Pikmin).
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263. Posted: Tue 13th Aug 2013 01:09 BST
NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits - At its core, this is a decent Kirby-like platformer that controls well. However, the gimmick of manipulating the environment while simultaneously controlling your character is awkward, and the graphics are pretty bland. There's no reason for me to keep this one. 5/10
264. Posted: Mon 12th May 2014 19:33 BST
Alright, I finally got around to trying the last one...
Horizon Riders - This is a pretty good on-rails shooter with good graphics that controls well, and the balance board support is a nice touch. However, even the full version is pretty short (although the 4 different playable characters offer some replay value), and it's very difficult to aim steadily on the balance board, while the Classic Controller update isn't available in the demo. Being able to use the Classic Controller in the full version will make this one worth picking up. 7/10
Edited on Mon 12th May, 2014 @ 19:49 by BulbasaurusRex
265. Posted: Mon 12th May 2014 20:10 BST
I wouldn't play Horizon Riders any other way other than with the Zapper / Balance Board (Works fine).
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