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Plazmoids ReviewKris brings us this review of the space action game Plazmoids for Palm OS. You must pilot a small spaceship to collect Plazmoid fragments and return them to your base while under the threat of low fuel, enemy attacks, and collisions with asteroids and comets. The Plazmoid fragments are towed behind your ship by means of a rather fragile tractor beam. While your ship can tow several fragments at once, abrupt or sudden movements will break the bond and send your rocks tumbling through space. Read on for the full review...
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Time to revisit this game

KultiVator @ 7/25/2006 6:06:10 AM # Q
Thanks for another fine review.

I will be sure to check it out again - when I first had the TX I ran a no doubt old version of the game which did seem to crash quite often.

By the sound of your review, this is no longer an issue - so I guess they are one of the better developers that do update their games for some time after release.



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kinda short :(

ackmondual @ 7/28/2006 11:05:41 AM # Q
3 stages of 5 rounds each goes kinda quickly. I would've preferred more stages and less rounds per stages for even more variety in bosses, settings, and enemies. That would've made the game feel longer IMHO. As for more on this, perhaps after the ending, let the player replay the game starting from the beginning, but with all their previous powerups intact. It worked with games like Pac Man and Donkey Kong. I'm sure ppl would get a blast by not having to put this game down.

All other things considered, the powerups and action make it a neat game indeed. It supports both landscape and Portrait modes on my T3, altho landscape is more noticeably slower. Interesting option to have since it does change gameplay

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