This is a masterpiece I haven't fell in love with a game this much for a while, if you like what you see, get it. The price tag on this game fits it well, so you shan't worry. If the game played like it should, it wouldn't be very exciting. But that's okay, as it is extremely better in reverse. The charming characters in this game along with the art style and music improve the games charm even more so. The games difficulty is just right, though perhaps a tad too hard for some. Overall a very enjoyable game.
Good game. Cool idea. Clever premise behind the game. Very unique in that sense. It's an okay game. Nothing that will blow your mind, but it's fun and for $1 it's pretty well made. Not much replay value, you are basically able to 95% complete (or should I say, un-complete) the game in 15 minutes flat. Then there are just some other arb things to finish off like "endless mode". It's more pass than fail, but nothing spectacular.
Clever but poorly executed The premise is cool, but the trophy system is poorly thought. Since no amount of paradoxes is acceptable, you always have to finish the level in one go. The difference between bronze and gold trophies is whether you reset. Some helmets are clunky to use as well, especially the rolling one, where the game might decide your tap was a hold and roll instead of jumping. Some achievements are not being unlocked on Google Play either.
So funny! This game is hilarious... You start on the last level, beat the boss, but the credits start going in reverse - that's where it gets fun - You unkill badguys, unbreathe fireballs, uncollect coins, and unget powerups. The game gets much harder when you realize that if you don't undo something or uncollect a powerup that was never collected, there's a time paradox and you have to try again. This game is all about timing and is a must-get for all android users.
Clever idea, could be far better though. Repetitive, just couldn't hold my attention. Worse bit is the terrible collision detection though. Almost like the character has a collision box about 25% bigger than the avatar itself. Wish I hadn't bothered paying tbh.
Interesting and fun, but feels somewhat unfinished. The rating system is faulty because the only thing you need to do is go back to level selection. This could be solved by making paradoxes a non-failure state, but reducing level rating.