50°
Submitted by brandonw00 696d ago | review

onPause Review: Magrunner: Dark Pulse

Anyone that plays Magrunner: Dark Pulse will immediately want to make a comparison to Portal. This comparison is warranted though. Both games are played in the first person perspective where you must figure out how to solve puzzles in different rooms to progress out of said rooms, with a gradual increase in difficulty as you progress through the rooms. Instead of using portals to navigate through these different rooms, you have access to magnets that can be used to open doors, propel you through a level, or move platforms. The end result is a wonderful addition to the first person puzzle genre. (Magrunner: Dark Pulse, PC) 8/10

loretta12mazur  +   696d ago
until I looked at the bank draft which had said $9078, I be certain ...that...my best friend had been actualie erning money in their spare time from there new laptop.. there neighbor started doing this 4 only about 19 months and as of now cleared the dept on there appartment and purchased a new Alfa Romeo. read more at,.......... http:www.Jam10.com

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

David Harewood Rumored to Star in Infinity Wards' Next Call of Duty

19m ago - David Harewood, the English actor best known for his roles in Blood Diamond and Homeland, has bee... | PS4
20°

Amazon has a PS4 with The Last of Us and The Order 1886 for $399

19m ago - Amazon has an amazing PS4 bundle right now, which includes The Order 1886 Collectors Edition, The... | PS4
Ad

See what games are coming out in 2015

Now - Visit our release calendar to see what games are coming out in 2015. | Promoted post
10°

Google Offering Mutli-User VR Demo at Google I/O

19m ago - Google made some waves in virtual reality (VR) yesterday with the announcement of a new redesign... | iPhone
10°

Splatoon Amiibo Overview/Review

19m ago - Killatia's uick overview/review of the Splatoon Amiibo set from Nintendo! | Wii U
10°

Google: Project Tango’s ‘6 Dof tracking is interesting for VR’

19m ago - Google’s annual Google I/O event is currently taking place in San Francisco, and unsurprisingly v... | iPhone