Spiral Splatter is an arcade puzzle game that will squeeze your brain in the funniest way.
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Spiral Splatter is a puzzle game with a simple concept: you control a white orb and guide it towards the goal. It starts off easy enough but soon tests your accuracy, dexterity and above all: endurance.
Spiral Splatter is a very addictive minimalist puzzle game on Nintendo Switch I highly recommend you get. There is more than enough content in this one for its $4.99 asking price, and it's solid difficulty curve will keep challenging you whole never feeling frustratingly overwhelming.
Spiral Splatter is your typical smartphone port – visually simple, light on content and lacking some features in the move to Switch. While the core idea works, everything else about the game feels uninspired resulting in an experience that’s fine for an hour or two but likely forgotten the moment you move onto greener pastures.
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Spiral Splatter is an infuriating game. You want to cross the level without boosting? Impossible? Using boosting? Possible, but just. Impossible difficulty of the game may be a feat for some, but will be a turn off for most.
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Spiral Splatter is a fun little puzzle game which will leave you both frustrated and satisfied once you have achieved all three stars on each of the levels. It isn't a long game and can be completed within a few hours, or less if you resort to looking up a guide online – however, I advise you to not bother doing that, just play the game and enjoy it for yourself, it's all about trial and error and getting used to the controls.
Spiral Splatter can be as enjoyable as it is maddening
Functional, visually pleasing but infuriating, Spiral Splatter is decisive and not everyone's Chai Latté
While Spiral Splatter is hardly going to take the Switch by storm that isn’t to say it’s a bad game. While I’d consider its appeal likely to be niche everything looks good, the level design is sound, and though it is humble everything works quite well. If you like testing your core skills and can deal with some aggravation it may not be a bad bet. At the low, low cost of admission it might be a good game to kick around to cleanse the palate between other meatier titles.