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Submitted by -Mezzo- 409d ago | review

Touch Arcade - Paradox Factor Review

Touch Arcade - Every now and then, sometimes you just feel like old school gaming. Maybe not as old as Zork or even Adventures of Hugo, but back to the time when the phrase “choose your own adventure” took off. Graphics do not always make a game, yet today, that’s the focus of a lot of developers, and quality, story-driven, narrative games are hard to come by. (iPad, iPhone, Paradox Factor) 3.5/5

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