Control Command Escape Reviews Super Splatters
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Control Command Escape has posted a new review of SpikySnail Games' Super Splatters. The physics based arcade action title challenges players to find the most creative ways to burst the juice filled Splatters against arena walls so their contents pour onto, and detonate, explosive fireworks.
From the review:
Whilst playing through the game, I jotted down one word frequently: Peggle. Whether by design or coincidence, Super Splatters shares a lot of design elements with Peggle, but crucially, it borrows all the good ones. The stages are short, but challenging (each has selectable difficulty). The game is exceptionally colourful, but without becoming a visual assault. You’re given a clear targets and constraints every time (destroy all the bombs before running out of Splatters), but without upper limits (do even better to score more points), and perhaps most importantly, it doesn’t give you a chance to wallow in failure. Press “R” at any time to jump back to the beginning of the last stage, almost instantly, and try again.Read the full review at the link below.
Control Command Escape: Super Splatters Review
It’s ridiculously good-looking to boot. The Splatters are animated exceptionally well, with both idle animations and their inevitable self-destruction extremely pleasing to the eye.
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