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Penumbear iPad iOS iPhone Gameplay Review – AppSpy.com

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Penumbear iPad iOS iPhone Gameplay Review.
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Approximate Installed Size – 333 MB

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  1. 5/5??? Andrew have you fallen off your rocker??

    this is a TRUE 3/5.

    altho much much better than 90% of the games released on the iOS lately…

  2. I think it's time we had a chat Cesco.You need to come to terms with the fact that your individual tastes in gaming are vastly different to other gamers. While I have no problem with you stating your personal feelings about a game, questioning my professional opinion without providing a reasoned argument or counter-point comes off as needlessly snarky. Penumbear provides a platforming experience rarely seen on the App Store and while it's no Super Mario, it's still an excellent puzzle-platformer

  3. I should point out that 5/5 does not indicate a perfect game, just a 'Great' game; the five-star system has never been directly comparable to the 1-10 system as it gives a broad indicator. The final score of Penumbear is 8.4/10 and so I'd agree it's not a perfect game, but it is a great one 🙂

  4. Hey Andrew i was wondering if you still remember the name of a game you allready reviewed that was about somebody falling from a tower and was like AaaaAAaaa or something please help???

  5. found it it was actually
    many AaaAAAaaaaaAaaaaaAAAaand then force=mass x acceleration tough thanks for the fast reply the game looks kind of simmilar

  6. Almost all of the 'With Friends' games and their ilk use that model; there's usually some sort of variant for the kind of puzzle game you enjoy and they have free (with adverts) versions for the most part.

    Alternatively you could look in to board games like Ascension – many of them allow for asynchronous multiplayer and are based on highly rated titles 🙂

  7. I said this is 90% better than most games released on the appstore, why you being Mr. Cranky-pants?

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