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Submitted by BIoodmask 1583d ago | review

Destructoid: Nimbus Review

Nimbus does what all good puzzle games do: it progressively builds up new mechanics on a level-by-level basis, with all of it ultimately culminating as a test to see if you've been paying attention. At the same time, its basic-in-theory concept expands without ever overly expanding. The point is never reached where the core game becomes too overwhelmed with unnecessary ideas and additions. The designers had a clear vision for this game, and they made sure it came into fruition. (Nimbus, PC) 9/10

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