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Midnight Deluxe

Rating Summary

Based on 15 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

53

Top Critic Average

27%

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Based on 15 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Mar 6, 2018
PlayStation VitaMar 6, 2018
Nintendo SwitchMar 8, 2018

Developer: Ratalaika Games

Use your controller or touch screen controls to launch Midnight into the night sky, but watch out! The world of Midnight is a dangerous one thanks to the likes of spikes, circular saws and plenty of other dangerous objects. And even if you do manage to get Midnight into the safe zone to advance to the next level, there’s the added challenge of trying to complete each level in the least amount of shots as possible to get all three Stars. - 70 engaging levels that get progressively harder - Enhanced graphics that are even greater than those seen in 36 Fragments of Midnight - Controller support added - Touch screen controls have also been added for the players who would rather use their fingers - A soothing piano soundtrack throughout to complement gameplay
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Midnight Deluxe is a cute little platformer that relies on golf-like controls to reach your goal. It isn't the hardest game, but it offers a nice challenge for a casual gaming session. It may not take much of your time, but for $4.99, I'd say Midnight Deluxe is worth a buy.

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Despite appearances, Midnight Deluxe is a completely different game to 36 Fragments of Midnight before it. While it's a solid enough casual golf game, however, it lacks the precise control, generous level design and joyful spirit of the best examples of the genre.

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Midnight Deluxe might not have the most common concept but its competent control systems and visual environment will help bridging that. Unfortunately its experience never feels completely right, as its difficulty level is too forced on the player and the game becomes repetitive all too quickly and will have a hard time in motivating its players to keep trying.

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Combining the first two Midnight games into one package makes this a much more worthwhile purchase, given its 70 levels. There's not much else apart from that, but it's fun while it lasts.

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