Addictive! A great action-puzzle game (funny in a sarcastic way, great graphics, sound and level design) that's worth at least a few seconds of your time to watch a gameplay trailer that will speak for itself.
Beautiful. This game is an interesting piece of my collection, because I remember that I fiding new title on XBLA and wow, Warp appear, after the download, and when I play other sorprise, the game is really addictive, why?, the gameplay is awesome, the graphics are curious, the missions are simple but don't be easy, the controls are incredible, this is a great game, have some mistakes, but I love it.
Warp is good fun and definitely worth a playthrough. You'll have a great time figuring out the puzzles and popping humans like water balloons. It is an arcade game, so Zero doesn't stick around very long, but it's a fun ride while it lasts.
Overall, WARP is a definite must play, as the game plays great, has some mind twisting challenges and puzzles, and provides enough replay value thanks to challenges and leaderboards. The only real question is whether or not it is for you, and to that, all I can say is play the demo, and if you dig that…the rest of the game is gravy.
Despite its length, occasional frustrating parts, less than stellar visual quality and odd gameplay anomalies, Warp is an enjoyable romp that will keep you playing until its conclusion. If you are looking for a new portal, this isn't it, but if you are looking for an interesting puzzler that doesn't overstay its welcome then you'll enjoy warp, even if 800msp is a little steep for how long it lasts
As much as Warp's presentation gives you the illusion that you are playing a charming game full of personality, a lot of the initial goodwill and attachment to the cute critter protagonist is slowly eroded by your actions and the problematic controls. In the end, all that is left at your disposal is a virtual representation of your imminent failure and repetitive demise.
This game is fantastic, it's a challenging, innovative, and all-in-all, beautifully designed indie game. The characters are quirky and fun, the puzzles change over time as you unlock power ups, and as I said before it can be challenging... I don't usually get stumped in puzzle games but this game left me scratching my head once or twice. If you are looking for a game, a really good indie game, check this one out... You won't be disappointed.
A intelligent Puzzle / Action game, that need both speed and fast-thinking to overcome the puzzle-like rooms, that compose the game scenario (a underwater laboratory). The characters have a cartoon like look, sometime cute, as Ilomilo, but with a violent twist.
The main character is the cute alien-energy being, that have the power to transport (warp) inside various objects, as canisters, guns, and... humans - and that where the game has it gore side, because he can expand the object / person till it explodes.
The main objective of the mini-stages is to stay alive, and get to another area, as the story continues; in the game there are also Challenges that test your powers and capacity of using them. There are also enemies as Soldiers and sometimes a Boss-Like character appear.
Inside the various rooms, there are also the collectibles of the game, in the form of small creatures that you can eat.
The downside of the game is that sometimes is very "trial and error", and needs fast movements, giving it a tense gameplay, that can be can be repetitive too. Recommended to people who like Puzzle games with some action and humor: my score - 7,6 .
SummaryWarp is a puzzle based stealth action game where gamers play as Zero, a lovable-yet-lethal, little orange alien with a big score to settle. Abducted by a villainous General from his home world and taken to an underwater research facility, Zero must plan his ultimate escape by relying on his arsenal of special abilities. [Microsoft]