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High Score!!! on Jul 29, 2010 for Archibald's Adventures
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BEST GAME EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It needs a sequal!!!!!!!!
Rachy0409 on Jul 26, 2010 for Archibald's Adventures
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Best game ever!
Fun, challenging, puzzles, dexterity, tons of levels, u won't die and have to start back at level 1- ideal game!! Great fun!!! I started with westbang, which is fun and very addictive, then found this one. Can't wait for the new game!!! Wow, these folkes know how to write fun games! Highly recommend !!!
Don Bosco - on Jun 11, 2010 for Archibald's Adventures
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Great game but...
You need to fix that first bonus lvl on the great cleanup. I beat every other lvl without help but that level is glitched and therefore impossible to beat. The bullets fly at u faster than can be avoided and there's no other possible alternate route. Fix it and I give this game 5 stars.
Firion(high scorer) on Jun 7, 2010 for Archibald's Adventures
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Really Fun
This is the best platformer type game on the iPhone. Great graphics, good storyline, flawless controls. Highly reccomended
jecebn on May 28, 2010 for Archibald's Adventures
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Can be fustrating and for the wrong reasons
The puzzle elements are excellent but some stages tend to be action intensive which wouldn't be a bad thing except the controls are an exercise in fustration and makes some stages more difficult than they should be. Part of the reason (and major part of my gripe) is the continued reliance on a push-button control rather than the analogue-stick style used in most of the better iPhone action games. The other reason is the physics which play a huge role in how some puzzles play out so this is highly debatable. I've cleared the main stories but I've given up on a few of the extra stages due to the action elements as they require a rapid sequence of precision timing and control.
Bubbag02 on May 2, 2010 for Archibald's Adventures
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