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Reimagine :The Game: Reimagine :The Game:

Rated 5 / 5 stars

You've outdone yourself with this one.

I've enjoyed :the game: series right from the start, and I thought that it had already hit its best point with replaying :the game:, but apparently I was spectacularly proven wrong. This is a fantastic commentary on... pretty much everything. Politics, pop culture... internet memes... This game mentions a lot of social nuance that I can identify with and that apparently a lot of others can too. The Super Meat Dress idea I found was especially clever.

And I don't know why, but I found that end boss fantastically creepy. Like, up there with Furbaby creepy. Just... wow. I was not expecting that at all from this game, and it was great.

The voice acting, design, programming and animation work was fantastic, and I find it interesting how instead of poking fun at/bashing Justin Bieber himself, you concentrate more on making fun of the fan following and cultural reaction to him. Refreshing.

All in all this game was time well spent for me, along with my experiences with the other instalments. You guys came together and made something fantastic that really stands above this time around. Excellent job.


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Momiga Momiga

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Unusual, vaguely-explained, but interesting

The game has an intriguing element in guessing what controls the dot will move with every level, but one problem with it is that what exactly you're supposed to do isn't really clearly enough explained. Sure, you're supposed to guess what method you have to make it move with, but what do certain things mean-- like when it instantly appears at the left side, or scrolls beeping to the left side; which means you screwed up and which means you completed the level? Eventually I figured out the former to mean you messed up and the latter you made it, but it would have been easier if this had been more clearly described in the directions. Generally the instructions seemed a little -too- vague, even for a minimalist game.