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Submitted by keklar 1168d ago | review

Game Interface - Capsized (PC) Review

Indie developers are definitely having some great success in the gaming industry lately, so it’s always nice to find another team bringing us an enjoyable game, showing promise for their future. Alientrap Games, from Saskatoon, Canada, recently released Capsized on Steam. Along it begins with a very basic story premise and appears as a simple platformer at first glance, Capsized puts the player in a great environment with stylish graphics and ambient music, increasingly challenging the player with numerous objectives and a wide arsenal to defend against various enemies. (Capsized, PC) 8/10

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