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Qqqq$$$ on Dec 17, 2008 for Antimatter
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The control method blocks gameplay. The strings multiply out of control. There are no rewards for taking the time to perfect the game, and then no benifit if that time is invested. This is the first app that I consider a waste of both time and money... On the developers side as well as consumer. This dosen't hold a candle to Enigma, Pangea inc's first game. I hope they try again. This one missed the mark. Pretty graphics don't make up for lousy gameplay.
Kyrnal on Dec 16, 2008 for Antimatter
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worst app Ive played.the graphics are alright, not as good as many other 2d games and the gameplay is absolutly awful. DO NOT BELIEVE THE DESCRIPTION OF THIS GAME. IT IS NOT ADDICTIVE AT ALL!!
Kochy98 on Dec 15, 2008 for Antimatter
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Just ok
Ok game..did not meet the high expectations I have from this company's other games..boring after first couple levels
Mastergamerjenn on Dec 13, 2008 for Antimatter
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AWESOME GRAPHICS, difficult gameplay
This Antimatter game looks & sounds STELLAR, very top notch! My only quibbles are 2: the tutorial moves too fast for me to read with my magnifying glass; it just runs the tutorial automatically without any "next" arrow. #2, the tutorial says to drag your antimatter but whenever I play it seems like after a few minutes the antimatter seems to move all over the place making me wonder if it's tilt. The graphics & music alone are STUNNING & I know it must take 24/7 to write/create these apps. $1.99 is so worth the look & sound though! Please make the tutorials "pause" or "still" with a "next" arrow & it's 5 stars!
HIGHNESSTY on Dec 12, 2008 for Antimatter
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Oh dear!
This is an example of a really well produced and developed game that simply isn't that fun. The graphics are great, controls are superb, sound is OK (get back to that in a sec) but the gameplay is really flawed. The game works like this; you have a little dot that you control by flicking the screen. This is probably the coolest part of the game, because the control makes you really feel as if you are using a roller ball on an old arcade upright like Mrs Pacman or Centipede. The goal is to roll your dot into all the lines floating around the level just once. I say just once, because they toggle on and off between selected and unselected. Each level they throw more and more lines at you. By level 7 or 8 you have about 15 lines floating around the screen. It becomes really hard to touch the lines you want while avoiding the lines you've already selected. When I say hard, think annoying. Think frustrating and wholey unsatisfying. And yes, I know about the powerup that destroys lines, and that if my dot is still it won't activate lines. The fact remains that the gameplay is NOT addictive, it's repellant. The sound effects are good, but the music is very repetative. I recall thinking at one point "I hope there are more tracks" but there isnt It's not a big problem, and I don't expect a wide array of music on a $1 game, but it's why I remarked the sound was simply "OK." I've never felt like I wasted money with a Pangea product until now. This game just isn't fun.
Cheule on Dec 12, 2008 for Antimatter
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