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A challenging title
Some may not like the ghost feature, and they would turn it off. But I like the ghost feature as it adds a whole new challenge to the game. The more you die, the harder it gets. And same for the controls. Some people may not like them, so they would switch them to more classic controls. But I like the controls as they add a whole new challenge to the game. You have to learn how to use the new controls, and it takes a little to get used to them. And even when you do, it may still be harder than the classic controls. Anyway, this is a great, challenging title and definitely worth your 2 dollars.
QwertyTheBold on Apr 8, 2011 for version 1.0
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This game rules
Super fun and pretty challenging! I can't imagine getting all the badges for all the levels because it gets pretty hard, but it's a rad game and the controls are really great
Erren Franklin on Apr 7, 2011 for version 1.0
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Not so fast...
While it is a fairly well constructed game, I feel that the standard for these types of nu-retro iOS games has been raised quite high already. The Hook trilogy by Rocketcat Games being the prime gold-standard example. League of Evil is another good entry, & also very close in terms of approach, but LoE is the superior game to Mos. I don't feel as if the controls are as tight as LoE, or another excellent platformer, Pizza Boy. I must also say that the desire to emulate a retro look is half-hearted, decent, but that's it. Another recent iOS entry called Karoshi (check it out, great game) has the same overall look, but that game's charm easily negates the lame 'monitor lines' effect, something Mos attempts, but the charm just isn't there for me. Again, Rocketcat being the leader in iOS nu-retro platformers and Jeff Minter's two instant iOS masterpieces of old/new mash-ups (Minotaur Rescue & Minotron) make half-hearted attempts like Mos Speedrun look like the two bit imitators that they are. Sounds harsh, but Mos is simply not nearly as good as many other available titles.
aeranth on Apr 7, 2011 for version 1.0
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I downloaded this game on a whim and I love it! The controls are genius and the stages are all well constructed! Keep up the great work I would also like to see multitasking added.
Scott The Bot on Apr 7, 2011 for version 1.0
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Well executed platforming
A great buy if you like fast-paced platforming. There is no story or adventure of which to speak here (no problem), and the overall visual presentation is a little TOO simple and lacking in character for my tastes (small problem), but the gameplay is top-notch. This is definitely a "gamer's game," which may or may not be for you.
Rockster-Pitt on Apr 7, 2011 for version 1.0
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Get this game now!
Amazing game - very polished and I love the fact that it has different modes for controls (rather than just one control scheme). On top of that, the soundtrack gets you really pumped!
Shmidaya on Apr 7, 2011 for version 1.0
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5 star game
It's definitely 5 star game, but it gets 4 for now, until multitask implemented. Totally recommended game, i was waiting for it! Bravo!
hr2011 on Apr 7, 2011 for version 1.0
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