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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1136d ago | review

Touch Arcade: 100 Trials Review

Touch Arcade: Considering how much attention 100 Rogues [$2.99] has had in the past, I was a bit surprised by how quietly Fusion Reaction’s latest title entered the App Store. Taking its cues from the rogue-like, 100 Trials [$1.99] isn’t quite the sequel that some would have hoped for, but rather more of a puzzle spinoff with some inspirations from 100 Rogues. While not as ambitious as its predecessor, what 100 Trials does offer, however, is a decent strategy puzzler that takes place in the (under)world of 100 Rogues. (100 Trials, iPad, iPhone) 3.5/5

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