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Affordable Space Adventures




Affordable Space Adventures 


There are mountains of indie games that are just meh. Which is why it is wonderful to come across a game like Affordable Space Adventures. This game scream quality. It feels like a PC puzzler. There are plenty of them on Steam. Affordable Space Adventures is on the Wii U, and does a fantastic job of being interactive. From the storyline to the controls.

The game is explained in the beginning like a commercial on television. There is an opportunity to explore an alien planet. It is completely safe of course. Nothing bad could ever happen to you. Skeptics will see right through that kind of company propaganda. Affordable Space Adventures lets players decide if they want to be a tourist or to be more technical. That is the difficulty settings in this downloadable only Wii U game.

Like so many video games today, Affordable Space Adventures throws new tools and new challenges at a nice interval. While I was watching my sound, heat, and electrical gauges to get past a variety of gun turrets it hit me. Affordable Space Adventures is a really solid video game. This is the kind of a video game that could easily be sold on a disc at retail stores.

Family members can work together playing Affordable Space Adventures too. One player can play Affordable Space Adventures all by themselves and control all of the systems. Or up to three family members can play together and each control different systems. In that case you will need to clearly communicate what needs to be done or watch your poor little ship get blown to bits.

The ship getting destroyed is the violent images in Affordable Space Adventures. This can happen a variety of ways. Things like laser beams, gun turrets, vegetation, over heating engines, and more. The goal of every area in Affordable Space Adventures is to get through it. This requires thought as well as trial and error. Some solutions are apparent, and others will require a diverse perspective.


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: Wii U
Publisher: KnapNok Games
Developer: KnapNok Games, Nifflas' Games
Rating: 'E' - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Fantasy Violence}
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Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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