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Overall Score: 2/5
The gameplay features plenty of variation and pushes your skills to the limits in unique ways. You play this platformer by spinning a car wheel to navigate it through the platforms. There are a number of obstacles to avoid and a great amount of challenges to overcome. Due to the limited amount of lives, you also have to learn how to perfect the beginning levels in order to preserve your lives. The gameplay, however, is the only good part of the game.
Unfinished can describe this game. There’s no music, no sound effects, and the visuals are also very basic. The menu interface is drastically basic and even has theÂ incorrectly usedÂ word “Continuous” in it. It’s clear that English isn’t the developer’s main language. The platforms in the game also flicker and occasionally show gaps between them.
Lasting Value: 2/5
Due to the difficulty of the game, you could spend an hour or more trying to beat the ten levels. However, the game completely lacks a leaderboard, and there will be no reason to replay the game after beating it.
Title: Wheel adventure