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Submitted by Entertainment_Fuse 790d ago | review

Spaceteam Review: Love at First Play: Entertainment Fuse

The spacecraft-techno-mobile version of bop-it is a gift from developer Sleeping Beast Games. Starting a game requires 2-4 players old school LAN style except connection is made via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and not 30ft of ethernet cable (nostalgia of original Halo). There is no tutorial, no handholding; simply an immediate mental workout. The game is about communication, your ability to read under pressure, and to convey instructions while receiving them simultaneously. Not set in a galaxy far, far away, but in your palm, the star deck for your cosmonautic adventure is both your friend and enemy. (iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Spaceteam) 9.5/10

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