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  1. Mar 24, 2014
    A puzzle game with an interesting atmosphere, dokuro could be a game to play while you wait the subway or when you have some free time, the puzzle could take you from seconds to a couple of minutes (once you figure it out) the music is not repetitive and is kind of boring (in my opinion) every chapter include new ways to play and give you a new challenge everytime, 6 of 10 for me
  2. Jul 17, 2014
    This game basically is what the much-famed ICO would have looked and played like if it was made in 2D and adapted to a (somewhat more casual) handheld-style of play by some very creative indie devs. Brilliant retro-style puzzle plattformer with great atmosphere (art and music) and very creative puzzle design (integrating some clever touch-controls and ICOesque "pave a way for the princess" mechanics). How this game did not get way more attention and recommending reviews is absolutely beyond my understanding. Defines the meaning of STEAL at the current price tag of 2.99 Euros. Must-buy for VITA owners, imo. Expand
  3. Nov 14, 2012
    This is a great puzzle platform action game! Great art style and funny / cute story. You basically play through 10 mini areas (puzzle/platform part) and fight a boss at the end (action part) of every stage. The Bosses are challenging, but not frustrating. This is not an easy game, it gets tough at times, but I never felt it to be "cheap." I was wary of the $20 price, but this game has tons of content! There are 150 levels. For those who give it poor marks for it being "frustrating," it's because the game forces you to think. If you try to barrel through the areas, you will get frustrated - because it's not how the game is supposed to be played. You will be double jumping, pulling and pushing levers; pulling, pushing, stacking, exploding boxes; using different types of chalk to connect items, light them on fire, raise them with water. You can also turn into a Prince that can kill most enemies in your way (albeit for a limited time). All to get the Princess you're escorting across the board to the goal. This game uses the touch controls in the right way - intuitively! It never feels slapped on or forced. Collapse

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