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Brigs Back Memories
I love this game. I used to play it on the computer at my grandparents house when I was little and I loved it sooooo much. Then one day( many years later) I found it on the iOS App Store and I got it straight away. I love this game and have completed it 4 times. Thanks so much.
B3NN1BOB on Aug 14, 2015 for version 5.2
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This bring me wayyyy back thanks for the great game
Nitroscoot on Jul 26, 2015 for version 5.2
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Ce jeu est vraiment amusant. Je n'ai que de bons commentaires à faire sur cet extra-terrestre sympathique et son parcours est rempli de surprises qui nous tiens en haleine et nous rends accroc. Un vrai plaisir.
PierreJeanJacques on Jun 18, 2015 for version 5.2
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Very good
I still remember playing this on my IMac
Crazy_jay332 on Nov 23, 2014 for version 5.2
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Waste of money
As a passionate lover of 3d platformers, I can assure you that this game is absolutely awful. The controls are sloppy, the adventure feels nonexistent and the story is just bland. Do not make the same Horrible mistake I did by wasting 4 dollars on this horrible app.
Worlds best advice on Sep 28, 2014 for version 5.2
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The nostalgia factor really kicks in
Otto Matic is one of those games I feel weird reviewing. I played this along with so many other Pangea Software games when I was growing up. Now it's on iOS, so does it hold up? Let's start with the graphics. While not the best looking of Pangea Software's line up, Otto Matic is by no means bad looking. It translated well to the iOS when so many developers have a hard time making 3D iOS titles. Gameplay is simple, you run around alien worlds shooting enemies and saving humans. This combines the elements from the original Bugdom and Nanosaur from 1999 and 1998. The game is 10 levels long, and the enemy diversity, on par with Bugdom, plus the diversity in doing things, environments, and weaponry truly keeps your attention. However, what is there to return to? The music is stunning. Few games have a competent and CD-quality game score, but Aleksander Dmitrijevic really tried hard, like Michael Beckett. That and the terrific sound quality are what had a nicely appropriate Sci-fi feel. Overall, this is still a fun game with a wonderful tutorial to get you started plus a lot to keep you playing until the end. It's not the game Bugdom was but it's the next best thing. If you played this growing up: Guaranteed nostalgia. Also, NO IN APP PURCHASES! Otto Matic gets an 8/10. Mac version gets a 9/10.
AlconW on Aug 27, 2014 for version 5.1
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I was playing through no problem, then in I think the 4th level it keeps crashing so I can't get any further. Rather frustrating because I want to keep playing.
Rachel Blakely on May 2, 2014 for version 5.1
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One of my top 10
I used to play this game when I was like 6 on my E-Mac. It spawned my fear of killer vegetables but I will still always love it with all my heart. This game goes on my Top 10 best games. This game is so worth it, so please buy it.
Best DM on Mar 17, 2014 for version 5.1
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weird controls
I tried to figure out the controls for over an hour before giving up. They really need a tutorial of reasonable help! Waste of money.
TrailingDots on Mar 16, 2014 for version 5.1
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Reminds me of why I love sci-fi. Very creative.
BillCarson2 on Jan 10, 2014 for version 5.1
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