All that said, I can't fault #Funtime for being overly familiar within the twin-stick shooter genre when the core of the game feels so good to play.
#Funtime is a solid twin-stick shooter with plenty of modes and some cool mechanics but its awful camera can be downright maddening.
#Funtime is a fun time! Its twin-stick shooting mechanics, coupled with explosive colors and effects, along with an inviting soundtrack that drops beats left and right make #Funtime well worth one’s time.
#Funtime is a good arcade game to enjoy uncompromisingly. In addition to the basic mechanics of moving and shooting, the title has a curious color-changing system that, unfortunately, has little impact (and even gets in the way, in some cases). Even so, there is a good variety of content spread in several mode. Simplicity can make things a bit repetitive over time, but the game is perfect for short and quick matches.
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I think the only drawback to this twin-stick shooter is that if you haven’t been sold on this type of game in the past, this one probably won’t win you over. This is a quick to the point piece of arcade action that attempts its own little spin on the twin-stick space shooter formula and it pays off. Great music, bright visuals. I can’t deny it, this game is absolutely a #Funtime. The game goes beyond its own hashtag, it’s a game I can easily say……
Not exactly a terrible game, but far from being decent either, #Funtime is a game destined to linger in perpetual mediocrity. It has some good ideas, namely the color changing mechanics, but they are poorly explained and make little sense whatsoever. The visual and camera issues also drag the game down quite a lot.