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Submitted by IanDeMartino 709d ago | review

ColorZen Review (GameWoof)

Ian DeMartino of GameWoof.com writes "Out of the reasons gamers give for why they play games, releasing stress has to rank among the top. It must be surprising then, for an outside observer, what kind of content gamers consider “stress relieving.” Getting shot at by Nazis, jumping over boiling lava, careening down a rain-slicked street at 170mph, the activities of our favorite pastime must seem like ridiculous stress inducers to outside observers. Maybe it is the high intensity of these games that help melt away our stresses, putting the pressures of our relatively mundane lives in the background while we work on solving manageable problems." (Android, Color Zen) 4.5/5

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