Momentum takes the premise of Marble Madness and adds its own touch. With the ball at the mercy of gravity, players must rotate the track to get the ball to the finishing line. While this may sound simple, the game's difficulty ramps up sharply after the tutorial levels are over and failure is inevitable. When you add the complications and unnecessary frustration presented by a free moving camera, casual puzzle players would probably be best giving this one a miss. Only the most patient players will succeed here and a completion will not be easy, but those that persist will be awarded with many hours of gameplay.
Momentum requires pixel perfect movement and precision to the point of insanity. The only option for progress is through trial and error. Over and over and over
Momentum is a solid attempt at a physics-based ball-guiding game but its bare-bones and super-frustrating gameplay often turn it into a test of patience rather than an enjoyable gaming experience.