Each week, we get early access to an exciting upcoming mobile game and give it to a select few hardened mobile gaming experts that make up the App Army. We then feed these thoughts back to you, our audience, so you know whether it’s worth your time or not. Gamer to gamer.
The App Army take a look at Remedy Rush, an explosive arcade-puzzler where you take control of an antidote wiping out all the toxins and germs inside your hosts body.
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To Ngoc Linh
It seems more like a fast-paced endless-runner, than a puzzler. The graphics are good and the sound is okay, however I do think the controls need a tidy up.
It’s weird to have movement as swipes except for forward which is a tap – especially when you need to tap and hold to explode. All this does is cause confusion and frustration.
Overall, it’s decent but there are issues with the controls which stop it being an enjoyable game to play.
This is not what I expected when I read puzzler. The gameplay revolves around pushing a cookie through a maze. It’s okay if you like this genre but it’s not a puzzler and looks like it’s aimed at kids.
This is a nice little game. I would prefer a different control scheme because it does cause mistakes.
I could easily waste a lot of time on this although I don’t really get the point of the game, perhaps a bit of story telling is needed.
I think graphically the game is fine, but it feels a bit lazy to represent the antidote as a cookie or teddy bear. The game is a high score chaser which inevitably means it will become repetitive, but it’s good fun for now.
The controls are annoying but can be overcome with practice. I would recommend to others but I won’t play for too long.
When I first started playing I really enjoyed all the different ways to kill germs and the power-ups. But after playing for long periods of time it’s easy to get bored and put it down. Yet I still came back for more.
I think the graphics could use some tweaks, just to set the scene a little better and give you something to look at.
I found the game boring. The graphics are okay but gameplay is far too basic to get me hooked. I don’t dislike the concept but I don’t think it was done well.
Right from the start I disliked the bland graphics and the annoying swipe controls. It’s an endless runner with basic puzzles that overall comes across as casual and lacks the charm or depth to catch my interest.
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