Sunday, May 11, 2008

D.N.A. The RPGDesign quick and dirty review


The Skinny: If you like puzzle games, you should check out DNA for a new take on a classic genre.


The Spice: DNA has three modes, an action mode which is timed, throws all sorts of nasty obstacles your way and even has something of a story to bring it altogether. If you want a twitchy, fast reflexes tetris-like puzzle experience, this is for you.


Puzzle mode has you attempting to remove all the pieces from the board and is a strategy game more than anything.


Eternal mode is extremely mellow and just lets you play (this is the mode that has sucked so much of my time since discovering this game).


Taste Check: DNA has something for every puzzle fan. If you like Bejeweled, Zuma or Tetris you should definitely give it a look.


Chuck's Score: 8/10


Chuck's Reasons: Eternal mode is a great way to pass some time while listening to a podcast. Alternately, with the music on, it's a trippy mellow experience while I try to figure out what hit locations a half suit of armor should protect.


Find out more: Including a free demo, at the game's official site.

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