VGBlogger writes: "There are not a lot of levels in Warp and while some of the core ideas are interesting, it gets tiresome towards the end. Warping around behind doors and such is not such a revelation that everyone needs to pay a visit to the Xbox Live Marketplace and buy the game. At a certain point there is no thrill of discovery and it is just a question of how you use the tools at your disposal to get to the goal. It is a puzzle game at heart, but the puzzles are not varied as they would be in a truly great game. It’s a fine title with some good moments, probably worth playing if you are sick of XBLA action games, but it does not do enough to make players want to keep warping after the credits roll."