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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 814d ago | review

And Now for Something Completely Different | Gene Effect Review - Hardcore Droid

Gene Effect is not a clear homage to any one particular game, but after five minutes of play, you know exactly where and when its developers are coming from. Whether intentional or not, it’s clear that the developers still hold a lot of love for the European computer games of the early ‘90s. Classics like Exile, Paradroid, and Thrust all leave trace influences, and while the result isn’t close to any of these games, it clearly remembers them fondly. (Android, Gene Effect, iPad, iPhone, Lightningstorm3D, Mobile) 4/5

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