Victor Hugo Carreta
Swimsanity! has a great idea of movement, which fits very well in an underwater themed twin stick shooter. However, not making Adventure Mode more accessible to a single player is something I missed. Playing Swimsanity! alone - besides being extremely difficult and frustrating - it is not as fun as with friends. Its graphics and soundtrack are pleasant, with underwater effects that are suitable for a game of the genre. Although it is a somewhat simple experience, there is enough content to not be characterized as a castaway.
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