One Button Steve Free



    One Button Steve Free's review

    Published: 2013-10-16, by Manu Galvez.

    One Button Steve Free is an extremely addictive puzzle game in which the character is controlled with only one button

    • Challenging
    • Addictive
    • Control the guy with one finger
    • Graphics
    • No online leaderboards
    • No background music

    "Steve wants to break free"

    Steve is trapped in a enchanted castle which spirits want to see him dead. He must get out of the place asap. However, it won't be an easy journey since the castle is huge and the obstacles and monsters that Steve will find on his way will make the most to stop him. You are the one who's going to help him. Do you know how? With just one finger.

    Steve is tap-controlled. Each levels features a different move (jump, run, hook to a conveyor belt...) but it is all controlled with one tap (single tap or long-press). Actually, that's what makes the game so addictive. Graphics are simple: if you are fan of pixelated retro graphics you'll enjoy it to the fullest. If not... the game's still highly playable despite graphics. Don't expect though lots of different environments, animations and effects. This is simple and addictive and doesn't pretend to be anything else.

    Game's goal is easy: get as further as you can. The further you get, the higher the score. The point here is connecting your Facebook account with the game and post your records on your timeline to challenge your friends do the same. It would be good if it also included online leaderboards.

    Tags: one button steve

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    by Emmanuel , Appszoom

    Oct 16, 2013


    Reach the heart of the castle with as few clicks as possible!
    Guide the character in 7 unique ways through a lovely designed castle composed of 17 retro style levels - only by clicking on the screen.

    Share your highscore with your friends via facebook and compete against them for the top spot.
    Can you reach the platinum award before your friends do?

    How to play:
    One Button Steve is easy to understand, but difficult to master.
    Press anywhere on the screen to move the character.
    There's only one move per level, but lots of ways to finish it.
    It's your mission to find the one that takes the least clicks.

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