MiniLand (physics 2d)



    MiniLand (physics 2d)'s review

    Published: 2011-09-08, by Peter Warrior.

    A physics based puzzle game.

    • Highly entertaining
    • A canned music, at least, is needed
    • Accelerometer settings would be appreciated.

    "Material ball in a material world"

    MiniLand is a pretty elegant and pleasant discovery. It's a simple and easy game, yet entertaining and well thought-out. Each stage is like a puzzle where you have to guide your ball to his home. You can only tilt left or right and jump and you'll seldom if ever reach wherever you need if you don't push or jump onto the items you find on your way. There are springboards to catapult you to the heights and switches to activate the most assorted things, to name a few.

    Graphics are clean and handy, though there's no music nor accelerometer settings. Physics are right

    At the moment of this review there are only fifteen levels to play for free, no ads. Assume that when the developer releases more levels there will come ads with them. Perun Labs is a promising developer who's specializing in puzzle games and it's too soon to know what their purchasing strategy will be. Meanwhile, MiniLand is an interesting game, fitted for grown children bored of silly childish games or adults in need of a relaxing game.

    Recommendable as a witty exercise.

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    Sep 08, 2011

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