Art of Balance

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

80

Top Critic Average

83%

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8 / 10
Oct 20, 2014

Art of Balance’s Wii U premiere is a fine candidate for a fun, compelling and absorbing puzzle game. Its levels are wide and varied and its multiplayer modes will gather friends for long hours. A very welcome entry into the puzzle sector of the Wii U catalogue.

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4 / 5.0
Oct 13, 2014

Shin'en Multimedia's Art of Balance greets you with stunning graphics and clever mechanics, but mercilessly punishes you with intense physics-based puzzles.

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8 / 10
Jan 18, 2019

More a refinement of the formula than a fresh take, Art of Balance graces a new platform and offers the same addictive puzzle action it always has. The host hardware greatly benefits both the quickplay nature of the game and its multiplayer features, making for a solid choice to new fans of the genre.

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85 / 100
Nov 2, 2018

Art of Balance is a brilliant puzzle game that plays with physics and balance. With five game modes both single and multiplayer, this one both locally and online, we will have for many hours of fun. Despite continuing to carry away a specific problem from other deliveries, it is appreciated that this version arrives slightly expanded, making us the best version of all those that have appeared to date, and its very contained price only reaffirms that if you like the genre and you haven't tried this title yet, don't wait another second.

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9 / 10
Jun 6, 2016

Art of Balance is probably the best puzzle primary game I’ve played all year. Although the premise seems like it would fit better during the tediousness of a Sunday night train ride, it’s a game I can now see myself playing in nearly any occasion. Other puzzle games fall short, and Art of Balance simply shows them how it’s done.

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A-
Aug 2, 2016

This game is pretty deep with its simple mechanics. There’re a ton of levels to play, and a great variety of modes that offer both single and multiplayer fun.

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