March 4, 2015 1:30 PM | Luca Colosso
There isn't anything revolutionary if you merely judge the new Kronbits' Inkanians by its core gameplay. However, if there's something that can't really be said about these fine developers, is that they don't do things with style. They went a little out of their way to make this. But if you consider that this game has been nothing more than a side project, while they kept working on their main title Mighty Retro Zero, the result appears even more noteworthy. It's a puzzle game with a reasonable learning curve, but due to the unconventional score system, one can't simply be happy with clearing all the levels.