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  • Summary: At its heart 140 is an old-school platformer set in a world of abstract colorful graphics, but it has a musical twist. You’ll need to overcome obstacles that are controlled by an energetic, yet melancholic electronic soundtrack - meaning you’ll need a heightened sense of rhythm to sync upAt its heart 140 is an old-school platformer set in a world of abstract colorful graphics, but it has a musical twist. You’ll need to overcome obstacles that are controlled by an energetic, yet melancholic electronic soundtrack - meaning you’ll need a heightened sense of rhythm to sync up your every move and jump to the music. Expand
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. Sep 6, 2016
    80
    With only a gradual difficulty curve to its platforming, 140 is just a few hours long, but they’re a good few hours. There’s a vibrant and colourful minimalist art style, and it goes well with the soundtrack that really underscores and ties into the simplistic rhythm platforming.
  2. 80
    I really wish there was more to 140 because while it is a short and engaging experience, I was left wanting more.
  3. Sep 8, 2016
    80
    140 is a cold, mathematical yet beautiful and sensory platforming experience with a pulsing synthetic soundtrack and reflexive movement.
  4. Sep 10, 2016
    80
    Unlike other famous entries into the genre, with unique and conflicting level designs to offer a break from the monotony, 140 lives on that repetition.
  5. 70
    A stylish, and minimalist, indie platform game with some great visuals and a musical heart. With tight controls and a huge sense of style, 140 is immediately a pleasure to play but the appeal wears off due to the game's short lifespan.
  6. Oct 17, 2016
    40
    Despite how short the game is, it maybe emphasizes why the other games use this idea to break it up – the concept never really evolves or grows in any way, and with the platforming so basic, there’s really not much else here to dig into. It winds up being a rhythm game with disposable musical elements, a platformer with uninteresting mechanics.
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