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  • Summary: Croma is a fast paced abstract experience, a shooter in the grand tradition of Ikaruga on a much smaller scale. Visual and audio design combine to create an atmosphere of meditative lows and frenetic highs, in this constantly evolving monochromatic world.
    Enemies assail the player from
    Croma is a fast paced abstract experience, a shooter in the grand tradition of Ikaruga on a much smaller scale. Visual and audio design combine to create an atmosphere of meditative lows and frenetic highs, in this constantly evolving monochromatic world.
    Enemies assail the player from two opposed dimensions - light and dark - and balancing the two is never easy.

    Compete with your friends using Game Center and OpenFeint. How long can you survive?
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  1. Sep 14, 2011
    80
    Comes highly recommended, as an abstract shooter that is both intense and beautiful.
  2. Aug 23, 2011
    80
    The core experience of Croma is surprisingly well put together. As a pick-up-and-play arcade shooter, it's a great and affordable way to kill time. I just hope that multi-touch support is added later through an update so I can keep playing it and actually get farther than a mere 108 seconds.
  3. Sep 2, 2011
    50
    Croma isn't a bad game, by any stretch – in fact, I enjoy it a lot. But it is a simple game, one that might endure in the same way that Canabalt endures, something to come back to when an errant OpenFeint notification reminds you how easy it is to kill an afternoon chasing the dragon.
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