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|Graphics||The visual quality of the game||2.5|
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|Overall User Score (6 votes)||2.6|
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Although the game looks a little primitive by some NES standards, and the challenge can be a little overwhelming, the unique gameplay and unbridled charm more than make up for the shortcomings.
Questicle.net (Jun, 2013)
Sqoon wants you to love it because it’s chock full of weird, but is Sqoon worthy of your strongest affection? You and Sqoon need to sit down and have a talk; sort out your relationship. For some, Sqoon will be a wondrous blend of relentless shmup and hostage negotiation. For others, Sqoon will be a frustrating blend of relentless shmup and hostage negotiation. Every creature under the sea is against your little submarine. All you want is to save the human race from the Neptunians; to “do the right thing,” as Spike Lee would. Sqoon just wants to dance. Make up your mind, Sqoon.
Video Game Den (Aug 09, 2012)
Sqoon is a great missed opportunity. In truth, Sqoon could have been a more than acceptable (and unique) shooter if only the developers had gone for a more straightforward and traditional approach.