Not what we expected, and it might well nonplus brawler fans, but this is an elegant, charming game that feels very much at home on iOS.
Repulze tests reflexes and concentration with its occasionally overwhelming fast action gameplay, which could use some balancing in earlier levels.
The racing’s entertaining – once you realise you have to drive like a fruitcake – but the game’s structure means it sometimes risks becoming a Motorbore.
Speed, skill and – most of all – precision mix to excavate an inventive take on treasure-hoovering puzzles.
Playable and pretty, but short, uneven and too familiar, a bit like a sequel to a favourite movie with shinier stars that occasionally fall over.
Great art and some genuinely inventive ideas aren’t enough to counter the horrible controls that mire this game in mediocrity.
Zelda/Rogue fans will delight in this 8-bit dungeon puzzler, but it’s not for everyone.
The gameplay’s relatively solid, but there’s not enough originality here to grab your attention along with the titular beasties.