krangGAMES" clever puzzle series is back for more! After love acquired a tiny bitey in I Saw Her Standing There and the seemingly doomed romance of I Saw Her Too, With Lasers, infatuation goes global in I Saw Her Across the World. You, well... sorry to break it to you, yet you"re a zombie... but perhaps it"s not so bad because the one you love is a zombie as well. Using
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I Saw Her Across the World is a little bit of a surpincrease after the complicated, clicky puzzles of I Saw Her Too, With Lasers. The return to fundamental platcreating and puzzles provides the gameplay a bit less complicated in places, but overall much smoother to handle without having to scramble to click symbols within narrow winds of time. Though the motion is a little slow, which have the right to make the sections of the game where you have to dodge quick opponents challenging, the sheer variety of atmospheres and also obstacles on display draws you forward, eager to discover what comes next. There"s a sense of whimsy here missing from the other games, and also the touches of humour go well with the basic sweetness to the layout. Some players may lament the emphasis on jumping and also timing here compared to the puzzles of the previous games, and some levels are fiddly sufficient that the one-hit KO and emphasis on reflexes deserve to feel at odds through the light-hearted, sweet tone of the game. In spite of that, but, I Saw Her Across the World is suddenly charming and offers a couple of surprises and also gameplay twists as the game goes on that makes it well worth playing. Tbelow are a couple of different endings, unlockable cheats, and also a whole lot of weird cuteness you typically don"t expect from a game around brain-eating monsters, making this a fun, engaging bit gem, where the option for the kind of diversity rarely checked out in games is simply the icing on the cake.
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Thanks to Chris for sending this one in!
• June 28, 2014 11:02 AM
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