Soosiz (iPhone Application) Reviews
Product Type: Touch Foo software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Publisher: Touch Foo / Type: iPhone Game / Genre: Platform puzzle game
Newest Review: ... almost don't want to kill them (done Mario style by bouncing on their heads) There are a few issues with some of the ... more
Customer Soosiz (iPhone Application) Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/03/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Platform games are ten a penny across every gaming platform and so many different gimmicks have been developed over the years that you really need to be something special to stand out from the crowd. Thanks to an ingenious game play mechanic, cute visuals and great sound, Soosiz has and does. The game's story sees the little hero having to cross a side-scrolling landscape to rescue a number of his little friends who have become trapped and are being guard by nasty spiky bad guys. Once he's rounded them up, he must find the exit door to get them to safety before he moves onto the next level. Despite having (relatively) basic graphics, Soosiz has to ... Read the complete review
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