MagniFusion Reviews

Lots of Reviews have appeared by now:

“I can see why we can feel fascinated with interacting with virtual things. When I was a little kid I loved this one computer which screen acted as a mouse, I believe a very primitive version of a touch screen. Nowadays, with a better version of it, we really can interact with stuff in screen, touching it, dragging it, squishing it, and that’s exactly what you do in MagniFusion.”


…”With all the color and the smoothness in which the game plays, there isn’t much to hate about it, it is a very interesting game that can be played in a variety of games to fit everyone’s style, so if you’re a fan of puzzle games and want something different, be sure to look on this direction.”
– touchAholics.com Review

“MagniFusion didn’t really impress me the first time around, I thought the controls were shot but it turned out to be my fault for not paying attention in the tutorial. Thank goodness I decided to give the game another try, otherwise the impression that the game sucked would have been permanently burrowed into my brain. In any case, MagniFusion is one beautiful example (graphically and gameplay wise) of a puzzle game.”


…”This is one more game to add to your library if you are a fan of puzzle games, especially those games that can get really frantic in the end-game (kinda reminds me of Tetris). If the game doesn’t make an impression the first time around, take it from me: jump straight into the Arcade mode (it’ll just make sense…trust me).”
– NineOverTen.com Review

“MagniFusion addresses the critical flaws in its predecessor, and adds an equally-compelling puzzle mode. A few polish issues notwithstanding, it is an entertaining skill-based puzzler built around some fresh mechanics.”
– FingerGaming.com Review

This $1.99 game is an interesting and challenging diversion for any middle age child and up.
– ThePortableGamer.com

“The difficulty curve is perfect, allowing you to get accustomed to new mechanics before the challenge really ramps up. In addition to the challenge of high scores, the game also features a trophy system that gives you even more incentive to keep playing.”
– GameZebo.com Review

Last but not least a italian MagniFusion review here:
iPhoneItalia.com Review

If you have found any review that we missed here please let us know in the comments.

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~ by Davision on August 18, 2010.

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