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Available on:PCApr 12, 2018

Developers: Novelab, Cosmografik, Ex Nihilo

Publisher: ARTE France

Genre: Puzzle

Vandals is an infiltration game that will transport you to the most emblematic cities of street art. In this turn-based game, the aim is to sneak around police surveillance and spray walls that grow harder and harder to access.

From Paris to Tokyo, via São Paulo, Berlin and New York, follow in the wake of ultra-famous street artists like Blek Le Rat and Keith Haring.
With Vandals, you can bomb your alias on the walls of New York like Lady Pink, paint childlike characters like Keith Haring, or get inspired by the poems of Miss.Tic and write your own.

It is easy to learn, and the puzzles promise hours of immersion and pleasure.

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God is a Geek

7 / 10.0
Nick Gillham

Equal parts puzzle adventure and creativity app, Vandals just relies a little too much on the players imagination for its variety.

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Pure Nintendo

7 / 10.0
Pure Nintendo

This game is a port from the mobile device market and brought to the Switch with a decent amount of content and plenty of challenges to keep you busy for a good amount of time. While adding an expanded set of controls to use with your TV is a great idea, I found that it was more frustrating than fun. That aside, Vandals is fun and worth the $3.99 price tag.

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7 / 10.0

The educational side felt like somewhat of a throwaway, mostly because it wasn't part of the main game. Their solution, making your own art, loses its charm after the first world. With some tweaking, Vandals could have been excellent, but for now it feels unfocused.

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8.5 / 10.0
Oliver Smith

With perfectly crafted levels and an awesome electronic soundtrack, Vandals proves to be a great entry into the turn-based stealth genre. In many ways, it captures the sensation of what painting at night feels like.

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