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Submitted by Wiiloveit 700d ago | review

Review: About Love, Hate and the other ones (darkzero)

"When you think of the Apple App Store and its gaming market, how many titles come to mind? If your iPhone looks anything like mine, then around half of the titles you just thought of are puzzle games, or at least have a large puzzle element to them. There’s a simple reason for this, and that is that touch screens aren’t really suitable for many genres. The fact that puzzle games only need an occasional tap or swipe works excellently and makes it one of the only genres that is actually easier to play with a touch screen than a controller. So how does a puzzle game shine when so many others like it have failed, lost beyond the Top 200-mark, only ever to be seen by friends of the developers like an unlisted YouTube video? Well it’s pretty simple, really; you just give it a kick-ass art style!" (darkzero) (About Love, Hate and the other ones, iPad, iPhone) 7/10

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