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The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic ? Review

Apr 16, 2012, 12:03 (1 Talkback[s])


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"This kind of gameplay makes Pudding Panic a very unique puzzle game. It requires fast thinking and deciding, planning ahead and counting in carefully all the factors like the speed of the wagon or the upcoming possible routes. This is exactly what gives an ?action? touch to the gameplay, and what drives crazy the people who need to take their time to think things at their own pace. Besides the lack of a ?slow time? feature, I also have another complaint. There seems to be little to none adjustments done to the gameplay while porting this game from touch screens to mouse and keyboards. The most annoying result is that the keyboard is almost useless. You have to move the camera, activate weapons and manipulate the tracks using the mouse. This feels stupid and it makes playing more difficult but lets not be too harsh with this adorable shaky jelly. I can assure you that although there are some little things missing, or not working as they should, this game is highly addictive and very enjoyable no matter what. You?ll find yourself playing the same level again and again till you make it, getting huge amounts of excitement and joy in every single ride. There are 48 levels on 4 worlds of increasing difficulty for you to explore. The ?skip level? ability which is always important for puzzle games, is present."

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