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0 Degrees

Developers: eastasiasoft,Nerd Games,Kiddo Dev

Publisher: eastasiasoft

  • Price: $4.99
  • Release Date: May 19, 2021
  • Number of Players: 1
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  • ESRB Rating: E [Everyone]
  • There’s nothing wrong with a decent budget puzzle platformer, in fact there are plenty of them out there in the eShop. While I’ll give the specific style of play in 0 Degrees credit for not being quite like any of the rest I’ve played though, it’s in the execution that it feels a bit more lacking. The basics are pretty simple, with you needing to avoid spikes and sometimes activate certain spots in order to get to the exit. Where it is a bit more unique is that aside from just being able to push ice blocks around to help you avoid traps, activate buttons, and get yourself to higher platforms, you’re able to create them yourself as well, using the second joystick to aim. It’s the mechanics of this that tend to get aggravating and pull down the enjoyment level. It can be a bit quirky, for sure, and that’ll slow things down even when you know what you need to do. For a low price it isn’t a bad deal, just be sure you know what you’re in for.

    Justin Nation, Score:
    Fair [6.3]

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