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Developer: Ratalaika Games
Genres: Puzzle, Platformer
But, don’t just go expecting a linear adventure, as sometimes crafting a staircase to the heavens is the only way to make it to the end, so if you dare to dream big and go block mad, you might just have what it takes to bring all the Tetra’s back home!
- 7 hours’ worth of content, which includes 64 levels to beat
- Increasing difficulty
- Conventional 3 star system with Bonus Trophy
- Explanatory images to walk you through Tetra’s abilities, which includes: Block Jumps, rotations, mirror effects, transformations, bombs for undoing transformations and more!
- Original Soundtrack by Levi Bond
TETRA's Escape - Trailer
Tetra's Escape is an interesting little puzzle platformer that takes its basis from Tetris. The levels provide a nice little challenge, but they never get tough or frustrating. You can beat most levels in a short time, causing the game to only take a few hours to beat. If you have a few bucks to spare for a couple hours of Tetris-based platforming, then you may want to try out Tetra's Escape.
TETRA'S Escape is a puzzle game that takes a while to get off the ground and to offer some challenge. After going over the way too easy beginning, the game starts picking up but the difficulty level advances in a rather erratic way and it's coupled with an unappealing audiovisual environment. TETRA'S Escape ends up being too bland for its own good, harmed by its lack of appealing challenges and of a more welcome realm.
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If you're looking for a family-friendly puzzle/platformer that offers a mixture of quick satisfaction and gradually building difficulty, Tetra's Escape will certainly appeal. Its soundtrack, graphical style and general presentation are a little rough around the edges, but look past those visual first impressions and you'll find a cute little indie with puzzle chops that are more than skin deep.