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Melbits World is a nice attempt at creating a fun, simple puzzle game suited to PlayLink's smartphone functionality.
Melbits World is an interesting and fun party puzzle platformer, but its pacing is just a (mel)bit too slow to encourage repeated or long gameplay sessions.
Melbits World is, by far, one of the cutest puzzle-platformers you will play through. Utilizing that charm, cuteness, and design, this title offers something I could see families playing through together, but the lack of single player and replayability hurt the overall package.
Melbits World may not be the main highlight of the PlayLink line, but it has its charm. It is not an easy game, it requires strategy and timing to complete a level with 3 stars, but it is very captivating and fun to interact with the scenario.
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Melbits World offers an experience that can be attractive to a family, specially to children. Despite some flaws and although it has no replay value, it represents an interesting option for gatherings and leisure time.
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Melbits World is the cutest game that I've ever played.
Melbits World is a charming puzzle-solver for party-time. With the power of PlayLink, you will overcome obstacles with up to three friends by using cell phones and tablets to control bridges, boxes, barriers, and beyond.
Plenty of intuitive puzzles and adorable characters. But for players over the age of 8, the gameplay is too childish to enjoy.
Melbits World is a great multiplayer game for people of all ages who have access to an iOS or Android device. Sure, the game gets a bit frustrating and difficult as you move throughout the various levels, but that’s the fun of it! If you liked stressful, yet entertaining, games such as Overcooked 2 then you’ll love Melbits World. The fact you can even customise your own Melbit before you begin playing is a small feature which makes the game more interactive and relatable as you can unlock new features to represent yourself in-game. This also gives you a reason to save the Melbits – it’s your best buddy now, don’t let your mate push him off the world and to its death!
Melbits World is a fun, casual type of puzzle game that presents something anyone could play.
Melbits World was fun and delivered what I expected from it. Despite this, the lack of single player, the app requirement and the overall length of the game is somewhat disappointing.
Overall, this game has the look of a wonderful, fun, puzzle game for kids but, in reality, it is near impossible for two adults to play without becoming frustrated.
Melbits World isn’t a game that is trying to do anything groundbreaking in its genre. It’s a short puzzle platformer that just wants you to have fun. Admire the little Melbits, laugh a little as you accidently push a Melbit off a cliff, and gain some slight satisfaction from growing your collection of cute creatures. I think this fairly short and simple game is great for families, young kids, and those that just want something to smile at.