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Submitted by brandonw00 794d 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  +   794d ago
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