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  • Summary: Love is a reductive platforming game with a retro aesthetic and a focus on a challenging difficulty. It has an custom respawn system, 16 levels, 12 track soundtrack, competitive scoring, and a simple-to-use level creation feature. The challenging levels are balanced with the inclusion of aLove is a reductive platforming game with a retro aesthetic and a focus on a challenging difficulty. It has an custom respawn system, 16 levels, 12 track soundtrack, competitive scoring, and a simple-to-use level creation feature. The challenging levels are balanced with the inclusion of a simple yet unique respawn system wherein the player can leave a checkpoint at any location at any point, as long as they are on solid ground. Players have a number of gameplay modes to choose from, whether they want it easy, normal, or they want to try their hand at a mode designed specifically for Speed Running.Beyond the visual aesthetic, the challenging level design, and the abundance of features, there is the fantastic soundtrack composed by James Bennett, which brings the simple 3-color atmospheres to life. Expand
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  1. Feb 25, 2019
    91
    Overall if you like the aesthetic and want to spend an afternoon or more with a great little platformer then you can’t go wrong with LOVE. It’s a very attractive price and you get a unique game that you’d actually come back to now and then.
  2. 70
    Even with all the options available for changing up the difficulty players will likely find themselves getting tired of playing the same sixteen levels over and over. Add this to the fact that LOVE was already available on Switch as part of its sequel, and there’s unfortunately really no good reason to spend your money on this game outside of supporting the developer. If you’re itching for a precision platformer of this type, you’re really better off looking into kuso instead since you’ll get almost everything that LOVE offers anyways.
  3. Feb 25, 2019
    60
    It may be a simple game but working through Love's tricky stages is pretty fun. I just wish there were more of them to master.
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  1. Oct 15, 2019
    5
    It's a basic needle platformer with some minimalist art style. It's not too brutal and you can place your own checkpoints, just don't placeIt's a basic needle platformer with some minimalist art style. It's not too brutal and you can place your own checkpoints, just don't place them on a moving platform or you'll spawn kill yourself infinitely. It lost my progress, which feels like the biggest sin. So it's mediocre enough to get through it, but game breakers that can easily be programmed out are still here. Expand