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Submitted by marcellizot 519d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: NightSky review

There's always something vaguely disappointing about picking up a tablet or a smartphone to play a game and having to use on-screen buttons to control the action.

While almost everything else we do on our touchscreen devices has new, intuitive methods of interaction, games often feel stuck in the past. (iPad, iPhone, Night Sky) 8/10

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