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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 845d ago | review

TouchGen: Hundreds review

TouchGen: Created by one of my personal favourite indie developers Semi Secret Software it is no wonder that this is one polished puzzler. These developers have just a handful of games on the App Store, and all of them have been quality titles. From the game that started the endless runner craze Canabalt to the beautiful underwater homage to Metroid Aquaria there are no fillers. So when Semi Secret Software set out to do a puzzle about circles they knew what they were doing. (Hundreds, iPad) 4/5

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