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Submitted by LittleBitGames 478d ago | review

TouchArcade: 'The Seed' Review - A Perennial Puzzler

Considering the large amount of physics-based puzzlers that get continually released on the App Store, it takes a special kind of title to differentiate itself from the pack. Little Bit Games' The Seed [$0.99] does so in a variety of ways. Its emphasis on minimalist (but beautiful) presentation combined with approachable gameplay is a great mix and is executed well. In addition, its subtle narrative and reflective visuals lead to a game that's only sullied by its shortness. (Cat Physics, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, The Incredible Machine) 4/5

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