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Submitted by Steve007 806d ago | review

Gamezebo I Zaxxon Escape Review

Gamezebo writes:

For one reason or another, a lot of developers lately have tried to turn classic games into endless runners. I noticed it first with Circus Atari (okay, so that one’s more of an endless ascension game) and Pitfall!, but Zaxxon Escape is yet another fine example. It adheres to the (admittedly threadbare) canon of the original, but drops just about everything else. Arcade nuts, this is not the nostalgia boost you’ve been looking for. (iPad, iPhone, Zaxxon Escape) 3/5

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