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Submitted by IanDeMartino 477d ago | review

4-Player Reactor Review (GameWoof)

Ian DeMartino of GameWoof.com writes "Mobile gaming has always been more of a solo affair. It really doesn’t seem to make sense at this point, we all have these devices that have internet and blue tooth built right in, so it seems like a no brainer. Yet the amount of times that I have seen a group of people playing a traditional multiplayer game using these methods, not counting conventions or events, lays somewhere in the zero and 'I can count on one hand' scale."

Reactor 2-Player (free) and 4-Player Reactor (paid) are attempting to change that by utilizing the one form of multiplayer that is often ignored on mobile devices but is the oldest and most intimate multiplayer in the video game artform, playing together on the same device. The result is a surprisingly fun game that can draw in everyone from hardcore gamers to casual players for a quick game at anytime. (4 Player Reactor, Android) 4/5

deborah11yager  +   477d ago
what Marvin replied I didn't know that a mother can get paid $6712 in four weeks on the computer. have you seen this page..... http:www.Jam10.com

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