Blast Factor: Advanced Research Pro Reviews
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Blast Factor: Advanced Research Reviews1
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" Death in videogames is inevitable. There’s always a gap too wide, an enemy too vicious, or a mushroom just a little too poisonous. But it’s rarely celebrated and embraced the way it is in Swarm, a side-scrolling platformer that gives you a horde of 50 little run-and-jumpers and asks only that you make it to the level’s end with at least one of them left alive. It’s a simple request, but remember – this game loves death, so don’t expect it to be easy. Funny, yes. But not easy... ..."
" Swarmites are idiots. They'll follow your every command, even if it means getting impaled by arrows or random bike parts. They'll ram into whatever you tell them to, despite the fact that several of them will burst into little blotches of blue goo. If they're walking toward a land mine or a bear trap, they don't see any problems with just walking right into it. Left alone long enough, they'll go investigate the nearest spinning saw, decapitating themselves at the first chance they get. So don't feel bad when a bunch of the cute little buggers fall off a cliff or get melted by lava, it's all part of the game... ..."
"These cute and expendable swarmites are your ticket to ruling the leaderboards. "
"Alex Donaldson takes a good look at Swarm."