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Submitted by newgamernation 747d ago | review

Review: Thomas Was Alone (New Gamer Nation)

Originally a flash game created by Mike Bithell, then expanded and released onto Mac and PC, Thomas Was Alone has finally been released on the Playstation Network by Bossa Studios, this time featuring even more levels. In Thomas Was Alone, you play as the eponymous Thomas and various other colored squares, rectangles, and quadrilaterals; as these shapes, you traverse through platforming puzzles that require you to use their special abilities; for instance, the tall yellow rectangle, named John, has the ability to jump much farther than most characters, whereas Claire, the large blue square, is the only character that can survive prolonged contact with water, which kills any other character upon contact. Using all the characters’ special abilities is an absolute treat, and utilizing all of them together to progress through a level was great. (PS Vita, Thomas Was Alone) 7/10

Rushing_Punch  +   747d ago
I want to love this game but I just can't find it engaging.

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