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Original but frustrating
I give this game credit for how original it is. It's also simple to learn but hard to master. The thing I don't like is how frustrating it quickly becomes. The "power-ups" often end up hurting you more and if the lines get too small or close together you can't tell what color they are. Overall I think Pangea executed the concept well but it's just not an extremely fun game.
suntoo on Nov 30, 2008 for Antimatter
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Pretty Weak
Basically this is a game of tag with cool controls. It is only fun as a short diversion - replayability is a bummer. Thankfully it only costs 99 cents.
Jagdpanther on Nov 30, 2008 for Antimatter
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Pretty cool
This game is definetly worth a dollar. Good graphics, good time Waster. Most of all it is fun an addicting.
Shteevee on Nov 30, 2008 for Antimatter
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Warrior50879 on Nov 30, 2008 for Antimatter
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Awesome
Graphics, Sound, & Unique Gameplay = Five Stars!
marcaro on Nov 30, 2008 for Antimatter
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Fantastic casual gaming fun!
OK, so I kinda sucked at Enigmo, even though I really enjoyed the design of it. I just couldn't find the time to sit still long enough to work out all the puzzles. Antimatter though is right up my alley. Simple in concept, elegant in execution, it's a fun casual gaming experience. If you enjoy games like ngmoco's Maze Finger or Topple, Antimatter is for you! Some minor issues: yes, the pause button gets in the way, and hopefully this will get fixed in an update soon. All in all, this is great first designed-just-for-the-iPhone game from Pangea! It's great to see them moving away from ports of existing Mac games and moving on to original games!
CoverGurl on Nov 30, 2008 for Antimatter
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