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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 925d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Super Tiny Leap Review

Pocket Gamer: Being airborne is, for most of us at least, a graceless and brief exertion. There's no great surge of weightlessness, no feeling of soaring through the sky - just an embarrassingly short disconnection from the ground followed by a disappointing thud.

That's why games like Super Tiny Leap exist - to let us experience the thrills associated with jumping really high without having to deal with the limitations of our weak human bodies. And there are thrills aplenty to be had here. (iPhone, Super Tiny Leap) 8/10

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