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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 897d ago | review

TouchGen: Vectros Review

TouchGen: A funny thing happened to me while playing ‘Vectros’. I was initially stumped by its simplistic, line-drawn Vector Scan graphics. I believed, quite incorrectly I now admit, that the developers had somehow forgotten to ‘colour in’ in the game. Perhaps their virtual felt-tip pens had run out and someone accidentally released the game while the office runner popped down to Tesco to get some more. It was only 15 minutes in that I realised the visuals are supposed to look this way. Apparently it’s a technique that was used quite a lot in the early 90’s. You know I knew that right? Of course I did. (iPhone, Vectros) 3/5

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