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|Graphics||The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines||5.0|
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Edge isn't cheap, but it has a certain stylish appeal that is pretty rare on the App Store; in fact, we may have paid $5.99 for the soundtrack alone, if it were possible to download it in MP3 format! If you're up for a challenge, Edge is well worth your time and money.
Edge effectue un petit retour aux sources du jeu vidéo. Le gameplay est aussi simple qu’accrocheur. À consommer sans modérations.
The A.V. Club
A hybrid 3-D isometric platform/puzzler, Edge is simple. You're a sticky cube, and you must navigate each level to get to the endpoint. That's easy enough at first, but later stages require mastery of techniques like clinging to the edge of moving obstacles. Any other wrinkles in the formula are unfortunately telegraphed with hologram tutorials. While not much changes throughout the 43 levels, Edge's straightforward approach and charm make for a compelling experience—not necessarily one worth waiting for since 2008, but solid nonetheless.
Edge is a game that does practically everything right. It’s a fast paced, exciting puzzler with plenty of replay value and is worth the current price.
Les amateurs de petits jeux addictifs et de concepts novateurs se laisseront facilement séduire par le prix. Malgré ses défauts, EDGE est donc une bonne pioche, que ce soit pour passer une bonne après-midi ou jouer quelques minutes de temps à autre.