Otto Matic: Controls are lacking. Review

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Controls are lacking.
The controls on this game are plain terrible. The character always seems to veer to the left and there is no way to make him go slower. This leads to a headache and quiting. They should have made controls more like minigore. Fix the controls and I'll fix my rateing.
Robo 555 on Sep 18, 2009 for Otto Matic
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Worth 50 dollars
Anyone who gives this game less then 5 stars is obviously a rival developer. Controls are very easy to learn, goals are simple and easy for a 6 year old to figure out, grafics are amzing. Definately worth at least 30 bucks. This game is amazing. I bought it when it was 7 dollars now it's less but idc.
Zaphoidi on Sep 9, 2009 for Otto Matic
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Ok game
This game is it's not worth the money. The one for the pc is better it's more money but it's worth it.
Likid99 on Sep 7, 2009 for Otto Matic
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This game is really cool. It looks great and sounds great! I loved it. :D
Fernando Valente on Aug 9, 2009 for Otto Matic
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Controls are just awful
Pangea usually makes nice tilt-driven games. Not this one! Way too erratic.
Good-but... on Jul 23, 2009 for Otto Matic
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Awesome 3D Action/Platform Game
I had my doubts buying this, as having a 3D platform game on an iPhone is a good idea but kind of lends to akward controls. Having that been said, the good reviews it had gotten pushed me towards the buy button, and at first, I really didn't like it at all, but after like 10 minutes, I was totally hooked. The game gets really fun and unique, and the music and sounds are really good and funky (like the 50's alien invasion films). I have to admit that the controls were really unresponsive to me at first, but by the end of the first level, it felt like second nature. The game is also pretty long, and unlike Bugdom 2, has savepoints at every checkpoint, and there are plenty of these in each huge and long level, so no worries quitting in the middle and coming back later on. There are plenty of variety in it's settings, weapons and enemies, and honestly, there's hardly a dull moment. People would pay alot for this game on any other platform, so really, they shouldn't be whining when such a quality console style game should come on the iPhone for the low price of $6.99. I recommend this to anyone who wants a long, higher budget game for their iPhone that really shows what it's capable of pulling off.
Javibrow on Jul 21, 2009 for Otto Matic
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