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TiQal (Xbox 360)

TiQal (Xbox 360)
alaScore 75

7 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the action and graphics are overall positive, but some have doubts about the multi player mode. Reviews are divided on the gameplay.

graphics, action

multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the TiQal (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 7 reviews)

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TiQal Review (Xbox 360)

 

popular games, and tossing in a healthy dose of ancient history for good measure

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TiQal - Xbox Live Arcade

 

If they mated...

Simple controls ; Gradual learning curve ; Pretty graphics

Zero challenge ; Limited multiplayer ; Nothing special

The multiplayer modes would save it for the core gamer set, if there was more than one play option, and that option wasn't a co-op setup. With no head to head mode to partake in, the shelf life of TiQal will be pretty short. XBLA already has a bunch of...

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TiQal (2008) on Xbox 360

 

TiQal is a fairly derivative falling block game, but it matches to the target casual audience fairly well. If you're looking for a laid back puzzler it might be worth your time to give TiQal a try. Hardcore puzzle gamers will likely find it takes too...

Tetris meets Lumines with a twist of casual.

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Tiqal

 

Alexei Pajitnov has a lot to answer for. This Xbox Live Arcade puzzler owes a great deal to Tetris but has enough little crinkles and quirks of its own.By now you-ll know the score with this type of game. Tiqal works like Tetris in reverse, in that you...

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TiQal

 

Anyone that's good at puzzle games can tell you that while these games look repetitive, they each help you foster a specialised set of strategies. Having said that, anyone can enjoy this game, and I reckon that it should definitely go down in the Xbox...

Fun game with 120 levels and 14 robust power-ups, with great visuals to compliment rock-solid gameplay

Still a puzzle game based on a genre that it is best suited to old-school players. Gameplay, while great, can easily be dubbed as repetitive

Amazing arcade action!

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