Gravity-flipping mechanic serves this game well, and the small, square arenas make for great little puzzle pieces to solve. The controls are tight and allow for some pretty rapid changes in direction, which is always a plus. A great, compact VVVVVV-like.
The cyborg announcer is terrifying, but the game itself is a blast if you're into tennis at all. Just be prepared to lose, as the AI knows how to dish out a mean backhand.
Low-Res Rocket League? Sign me up.
But seriously, this is a very well designed homage to the frustratingly addictive automotive football game everyone loves to hate.
Because there's always at least one zombie game, and this one comes close to playing like an original GameBoy game, which is never a bad thing.
Slick, to-the-point action that will please most platformer addicts. Get on it already.
Picture old-school Zelda, only instead of going on an epic adventure, you're thrown bite-sized mini missions every minute or so in quickfire succession. Oh, and also you're a pirate from the future. Throw in some challenges that rate your adventure based on speed and health lost, and you've got yourself a charming, bite-sized title.