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Indie Game Magazine
Caster would have a strong lasting appeal – if it lasted. The biggest disappointment I had was how short the game was. By the time I was ripping Flanx to pieces on an epic godlike scale, the game seemed to be over with. Elecorn’s Mike Smith has stated on his site that this was but the first installment and gamers who fork over the $5 will have access to the following chapters for free. In a recession, it doesn’t get any better than that.
Caster is one of those games I think every iPhone and iPod touch user should experience and I definately think that it is worth the current price of $4.99. It shows how fun and well produced a game can be for our nifty little device. Sadly it is over too soon and I hope for more missions in future updates.
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We can see the outlines of a good game in Caster, but it's not worth $4.99 at the moment. Still, Elecorn is clearly a talented developer. We're looking to them to provide the additional content and gameplay tweaks that will make Caster a worthwhile buy.