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Submitted by TheGameScouts 888d ago | review

Cargo Commander Review | The Game Scouts

Jeff Ellis: Space is a lonely place for Serious Brew’s Cargo Commander. You won’t meet a lot of a people while floating in the vacuum, harvesting wayward cargo containers for salvage. You will, however, earn a great many points. In fact, you may even claim a spot on the famed High Scoreboard, a creature thought long-extinct before the great wizards of the indie new-school nurtured it back from the brink. So set course for a new sector, flip the switch on your magnet, and hope you can survive the obstacle course of 2D platforming that is about to crash directly into your ship. (Cargo Commander, PC) 7.0/10

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