I played this game for two days and I loved every minute of it. It has interesting graphics, new and stimulating game play, and it is just plain addictive. I would recommend that everyone try this game but the problem is they expect you to pay for it. After one day I was done with the game and there is really not much replay value. They let you unlock the editor after you beat the game but only certain people are interesting in making their own game. I paid to play the game, not make the levels myself.
So overall, a great game but if you play the demo you are getting enough out of it. If you have $20 to waste then go ahead, but if you want to make the most out of your money then I would consider something else.
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