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Shifting World- N3DS

Shifting World- N3DS
alaScore 84

4 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the gameplay. There are some negative comments about the controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Shifting World- N3DS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Shifting World Review

 

Shifting World's unique puzzle-platforming conceits are hampered by frustrating design flaws.

Unique shift-driven puzzle-platform gameplay ; Distinct visual style ; Clever puzzle concepts to keep you on your toes

It's easy to get lost in the mazes ; Instant kills lead to numerous aggravating restarts ; Controls and display can lag at the most inopportune times

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Shifting World Playtest: Running through the Monochromatic Maze

 

Shifting World is an interesting experiment and surprises you with how a change in perspective can provide an entirely new path to explore.

1. You do get over 60 levels to play through, so at least you get plenty of content for your money.

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Shifting World

 

Based on the Portal-inspired Flash game called Shift, Shifting World on 3DS features the same basic premise but with added features and expanded content. Shifting World has players guiding a man who has been forcibly transported into another dimension. To

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Shifting World Review

 

Shifting World's unique puzzle-platforming conceits are hampered by frustrating design flaws.

Unique shift-driven puzzle-platform gameplay ; Distinct visual style ; Clever puzzle concepts to keep you on your toes

It's easy to get lost in the mazes ; Instant kills lead to numerous aggravating restarts ; Controls and display can lag at the most inopportune times

Shifting World is certainly an interesting game--it's based on a solid concept and offers up some very clever puzzles. It has all the earmarks of a classic puzzler that keeps you coming back for more. That's what makes it so frustrating: it's clear...