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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 899d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Kami Retro Review

Pocket Gamer: Kami Retro, from UK indie outfit Paw Print Games, makes the transition from iOS to PlayBook with all of its chaotic grace intact.

This puzzle-platformer clearly stands on the shoulders of gaming giants, including Mario and Lemmings. However, it still manages to conjure up its own death-filled charm. (iPad, Kami Retro) 8/10

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