Sometimes it’s the games that, on paper, seem the simplest that turn out to be pretty damned challenging as you dig into them. That’s certainly the case for this puzzler, which starts out pretty simply with you changing the direction being pointed to on paths that will instruct your robots on which way to go. Getting you up to speed pretty smoothly you’ll quickly get the hang of things, but then a few levels later the trickiness begins to come into play. Whether needing to quickly shift your focus from one robot to the other to trigger their arrows alternatively between each other or conquering some trick timing segments to suppress spikes or other hazards while getting them on track at times there can almost be a rhythm game and muscle memory thing going on if you get stuck and need to keep repeating things until you get it all right. While it won’t be an experience for everyone if you’re down for a challenge that will force you to keeping multiple plates up and spinning at once it may not be a bad minor investment of your gaming budget.
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