Less of a game and more of a low-res absurdist, shock-value semi-interactive cartoon. Not bad, but it could do with more pace.
Puzzles! Many puzzles! Ranging from fairly easy to downright horrible! You can’t say fairer than that.
With sparkling ingenuity, One Tap Hero explores the simplest of interfaces to deliver a testing puzzle platformer with 100 levels of ideal mobile gaming.
The exploration’s too dull and the combat too simple, but Horn’s ambition and design just about grinds it out as a very guarded recommendation.
Polished bomb-chucking larks requiring plenty of lateral thinking and no small amount of patience. And yes, it’s a blast.
There’s some amusement to be gleaned, intentional or otherwise, but Wild Blood’s simplistic demon-bashing never ventures beyond the average.
Flawed controls take the edge off of a sweet, fast-paced platformer, but we’ll still throw some stars at this ninja. (Specifically, three.)
One of the most gripping, affecting games we’ve had on iOS. Fans of the show will love it – but so should everyone else.