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Submitted by BIoodmask 1621d ago | review

Blogcritics: VVVVVV Review

VVVVVV serves as an interesting treatise in game design, displaying the tenuous trade-off between frustration and gratification, taking one basic mechanic and showing just how many ways it can be toyed with to keep things fresh. The game is short, but does not feel repetitive as the challenge and introduction of new elements into the equation is perfectly timed. The year in indie gaming is off to an auspicious start. (PC, VVVVVV) 5/5

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