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Submitted by Lavalamp 484d ago | review

Nimble Quest Review | EDGE

EDGE: "Sadly, Nimble Quest lacks the purity of its inspiration. You must both steer towards and avoid enemies, for instance, which means everything can be scuppered by a knight’s unexpected turn. Meanwhile, a microtransaction-geared upgrade economy will see the progress of those who refuse to pay slow to a crawl. Nimble Quest is cute and compelling, but it’s also a cynical complication of a classic design." (iPad, iPhone, Nimble Quest) 5/10

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