IMG Reviews Pixie
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Inside Mac Games has posted a review of EMV Software's Pixie, a puzzle/strategy game that is a clone of the classic Ambrosia Software title Barrack. Here's an excerpt from the review:
Pixie shares Barrack's main mechanic, the use of dual beams of light to fill in each level's area. However, each game handles the filling in a different way. In Barrack, you had to wall off the different enemies and fill in the area by cleverly separating them and timing each shot well. In Pixie, though, you can fill in enemies along with the space of the level. As such, Pixie ends up feeling way less tactical and becomes more of a waiting game. It doesn't end there, though. Pixie also has no time limit or penalties. In the end, there's no reason to rush. You can finish each level without much trouble at all.Follow the link below to read the full review.
IMG Review: Pixie
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