When you’re an old fogey like me you’ve seen a whole lot of games over time, including those that push into the more inappropriate realms in various ways. With both its simple-but-solid puzzle aspects and its slowly-revealed animated models (you can choose to obscure the topless nudity if you’d like in the options) this game actually joins a lineage dating back to even the early PC and console days. It isn’t high art or incredibly engaging over the long term but if you’re looking for a little teasing of art by persevering over the challenge of kicking and pulling blocks into place, or destroying enemies, in order to complete the blocks obscuring the artwork it works well enough. Though, you may want to consider that your friends will see the game name come up in your playlist, so take that into account.
Justin Nation, Score: