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  • Summary: In T.E.C 3001 (Tesla Energy Collector), you are guiding a cutting-edge technology robot to collect virtual space energy leftovers for humanity.
    With great graphics and a unique heart-pumping soundtrack, T.E.C 3001 has what it takes to keep you on the right track.
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  1. May 6, 2014
    8
    Absolutely phenomenal game. For the same price as a mobile phone app, this game delivers the kind of experience which is far too focused forAbsolutely phenomenal game. For the same price as a mobile phone app, this game delivers the kind of experience which is far too focused for most AAA developers. There are two styles here - one of them is like a rhythm game (e.g. Audiosurf) where you switch between lanes and have a linear path. Another is much more open-ended with multiple paths, variable speed, much more player control. It's this second mode that makes the game interesting. TEC 3001 captures the essence of racing games but without cars. It's all about control, precision, timing, planning ahead and of course, not crashing. The mechanics and controls are very intuitive. The game does a great job of telling you everything through actual gameplay as and when appropriate. There is minimal tutorial/text-reading time. It's straight in the action. There's no pointless story or background rubbish. It's all about the gameplay - which is simple but satisfying. It's exciting, and although that sounds like a simple statement, it's surprising how many games nowadays fail to capture the excitement because they get carried away with presentation and sugar-coating the gameplay around a pointless story. Speaking of which, the visual style and soundtrack suit the game and levels really well. If you like time trial games (think Mirror's Edge) and rhythm games, you will probably enjoy this. At the price, it's a bargain. Expand