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S&S; Review of MiniGame Marathon

Posted on the 08 June 2012 by Sameo452005 @iSamKulii

S&S Reviews- Minigame Marathon Review- Developed by Battenberg Software XBLIG-Justin Foster S&S; Review of MiniGame Marathon               Released on 6/6/12 80ms points
 Minigame Marathon is essentially a combination of all the classic arcade style games we expect from an Atari.  There are 30 different minigames that you play through to either beat the leaderboard time or just to compete with 3 of your friends.  There are some instantly recognizable classics like pong, snake, and frogger along with several others.  Now each of these games don’t actually use the trademarked characters they instead use dots and squares for each game. You play through 30 games and after you go through them all you get to go back and retry those games you failed up to 3 times before you don’t get credit for passing it.  As mentioned earlier this game can be played by up to 4 people and in addition to having more players to the competition you can increase the difficulty of each of the games.  Now Minigame Marathon is only 80ms points but is it worth the light of day?
S&S; Review of MiniGame Marathon    Well let’s first take a look at what this game is all about.  It is an indie game that has a lot of classic style games in a competitive fashion which is good for a group of friends playing together.  I really think the best part is the increasing of difficulty, while some games are clearly easier than others, I did find some to become quite challenging.  Whether I was playing with some other people or just trying to get on the leaderboard, I kept retrying so I could do it faster than I did the time before.  The only downside to the game is that you can’t just play a few games that you really like over and over again without playing the other 30, and it also takes a little time to get through all the levels.  This game is quite addictive though and I consider it to be one of the gems on the indie marketplace.  I highly recommend it for its ability to combine multiplayer gaming, leaderboards, and 30 different games with multiple difficulties for 80ms points. 8/10 Bravo Battenberg Software
S&S; Review of MiniGame Marathon
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