The game has great graphics, beautiful music, and even plenty of challenging, but not impossible levels. Every single one of the stages you encounter looks good, with a great background. The game knows how to keep you active with the game because of the well hidden, hard to escape traps. The worst part being the ads that only pop up every level or so. Honestly, it's 30 seconds of promotion every 5-20 minutes (changes for different players) It even let's you play on airplane mode. Beautiful.
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A Google user
Even suffering through ads and not buying the game, up until the final boss battle, I found this game challenging and fun to try and get through. Level design was really well done and found myself truly challenged. However I found the final boss battle impossible to tolerate since you die a lot and between each try you are forced to watch a 30 second ad. So I found quickly that you'd spend 15 or 20 seconds trying to figure out a way to beat the boss, ultimately die, and suffer through a 30 second commercial over, and over, and over, and over, and over. Finally, I could not take it any further and uninstalled the game without ever beating the boss. Up to that point, I very much do recommend this game. But BUY THE AD FREE VERSION if you want to beat the end boss.
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S'chn T'gai Spock
Just completed this game and all I have to say is wow, just wow. A basic fight through each map and move to the next level game like they've been doing since Mario. But, it has rich lore, beautiful art and progressively challenging stages. Sometimes I really thought there was no way to beat the level, but of course, there was always a way. A difficult yet not impossible game. The art blew me away, it was like reading a well done comic. Overall, thoroughly impressed and will now play the sequel.
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