People familiar with my tastes from my many reviews are likely well aware of my love for more unusual fare, so with that in mind I found Sludge Life to be a bit of quirky fun. With a pretty basic focus of getting to all of the spots spread out around multiple areas tagged with your can of spray paint there’s not necessarily much depth in the gameplay, but the reward is definitely meeting and briefly interacting with a pretty wide variety of characters. On more than one occasion the dialogue got me to laugh, which isn’t always an easy thing to do with someone on the jaded side, but it’s the unpredictable nature of some conversations that spice things up. Not terribly complicated, or long, it’s a game mostly concerned with the experience and simply enjoying yourself, and sometimes it’s nice to play something a little off-center for kicks.
Justin Nation, Score: