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Submitted by Lavalamp 763d ago | review

Mittens Review | EDGE

EDGE: "Trial and error doesn’t sit well with everyone, of course, but it undoubtedly helps that failure offers its own rewards: Mittens getting burned, zapped, crushed or simply yelping as he plummets to his doom is amusing, and perseverance is rewarded with an adorable animation and an instant earworm of a celebratory jingle. It’s formulaic, then, but sticking with what you know doesn’t often produce such satisfying results." (iPad, iPhone, Mittens) 6/10

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