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Levels+ : Addictive Puzzle Game

Rating Summary

Based on 5 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

60

Top Critic Average

20%

Critics Recommend

Based on 5 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchJul 13, 2017

Publisher: flow

Genre: Puzzle

Levels+ is an addictive puzzle game that you'll want to challenge over and over again. The rule is simple. Slide and match panels with the same color and number to level up! The blue panel is your ally. It will get stronger as you level up.The red panel is your enemy and it will get in your way. Level up your blue panels to defeat your foe.The yellow panel is your treasure. Level it up to increase its wealth. There is no time limit, and the auto-save feature allows you to play even with interruptions, so reach for your high score at your own pace. It looks simple but you need to use your brain. Recommended for both people not so good at games and for those who are looking for a certain challenge, this puzzle game features a new refreshing feeling!
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The game's utter simplicity and lack of any standout quality would likely leave you disappointed with the purchase.

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Levels+: Addictive Puzzle Game gets straight to the point with its title and the gameplay itself. As with the classics from this genre, this little minx lures you in and refuses to let go. It has deceptive simplicity and hidden depth that will keep players hooked for far longer than they might expect. The addition of some online elements would have been beneficial, but this is still ideal for all levels of Nintendo Switch-owning puzzle fans.

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Levels+ is a completely forgettable game. It's got some gorgeous aesthetics, and functionally it's a refined, balanced, and perfectly competent Threes clone, but there is no longevity to the game whatsoever, and the lack of an online leaderboard for a game like this is downright amateur.

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As a budget-priced offering the question ultimately becomes whether this is the kind of game you're looking for. If it is, and you understand that the goal isn't to "win" but to challenge yourself to continue to try to up your score, I'd say this is a worthy purchase.

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