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S&S; Mobile Review: NeonStarlight

Posted on the 03 August 2012 by Sameo452005 @iSamKulii

Title: NeonStarlight Format: iOS Release Date:August 10th, 2012 Publisher: Adam Latchem(Intrepid Universe) Developer: Adam Latchem(Intrepid Universe) Price: $1.99 ESRB Rating: 4+
      NeonStarlight is a 3D adventure puzzle game where you navigate fun and infuriating puzzles and discover the secrets of the Emerald Scout team. 
S&S; Mobile Review: NeonStarlight
      NeonStarlight tells the story of Neon, a space-adventuring maintenance robot and his task of locating new worlds. You guide Neon through many levels of beautifully rendered environments trying to collect all the crystals to activate a portal to the next level. 

S&S; Mobile Review: NeonStarlight

Simple touch controls.

      NeonStarlight's controls are simple but work incredibly well with touchscreen controls. To turn left you tap the left side of the screen, to turn right tap the right side, and to hover, you tap Neon.        NeonStarlight is also very challenging, sometimes downright infuriating, but it manages to stay fun an engaging. Instead of me getting mad and throwing my iPhone across the room, the game makes me sit with the game paused and makes me think about my plan, which is AMAZING. It's a great quality not many games pull off.
S&S; Mobile Review: NeonStarlight
      During every level you also have to watch Neon's energy level. It decreases constantly and if you don't reach the portal in time you lose. You burn it's energy even faster by hovering, or walking over a green panel that causes him to run instead of walk.
                                      Final Thoughts
      NeonStarlight doesn't have a deep or amazing story, along with most iOS games, but it's gameplay really compensates for it with its almost infinite replayability. NeonStarlight is a must own for all iOS owners.
                                                                                S&S Rating: 9.5/10

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