Reed is an awesome platformer with super tight controls for a touch device. The pixel art is creative and the jump into-it gameplay makes this a game you can quickly pick up and play. The levels are super short and sweet allowing you to play for a minute and then put it down at anytime. The pixel art was really good, but after about 20 levels, the characters and level design got super repetitive and therefore a little boring. Some of the levels were incredibly easy and then randomly in the middle you had a level with a challenging jump or a difficult step. The game missed a few marks in that regard and it wasn't until I went back and read the game description that I realized there was a storyline associated with the game play. The menu was hard to read and navigate. Overall, the chunk of the game was fun, but it received a lower rating because of so many missteps everywhere else. Still worth the asking price, so give it a download.
Reed – it’s a tiny creature and the last creation of an old supercomputer. The old supercomputer is dying by losing all of his cubes and he’s getting much slower without them. Without supercomputer, world is going to end. Could you help him and save the world ?
Can you collect all the cube that could be found in levels that are not so easy to pass ?
This game was given a score of 7.9/10 which is good. Anything above a 5.0 is considered a great game. Below is a breakdown of the elements that were factored into the rating for this game. Even though Waldo's reviews are based on personal opinion, each game's rating follows a strict confidential rubric system for fairness.
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