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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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IMG Reviews Neon Tango
6:51 AM | Marcus Albers | Comment on this story

Inside Mac Games has posted a review of the retro-shooter Neon Tango from Freeverse. Here's a clip from the review:

Neon Tango's core gameplay may be traced back to 80s influences, and the game provides a glimpse of what Konami's Time Pilot may have looked like were it designed by Jeff Minter. Neon Tango shares its scrolling-shooter mechanic with Time Pilot, but like Minter's Tempest 2000 and his more recent Space Giraffe, it is lush with graphical effects, occasionally to the point of disruption. Like many shooters of its ilk, Neon Tango causes "is it safe to touch that?" syndrome. Players may find themselves wondering if a particular batch of glowing lines and polygons is merely eye candy or enemy ordinance (the answer often becomes clear after the player's ship explodes).
Click below to read the full review.

IMG Review: Neon Tango
Neon Tango

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