iPad Rolando LITE!!!

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  1. BrushMyNoseOff

    BrushMyNoseOff Well-Known Member

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    Now you nay-sayers have a chance to play it and find out for yourself that this indeed is a great game. :)
     
  2. D.Sync

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    Just as I going to post it. Anyway I'll give it a try and share my opinion.

    P/S: I'm also one of those Rolando nay-sayers.
     
  3. stanny

    stanny Well-Known Member

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    How long does the actual game last? Any replay value?
     
  4. Spartan12103

    Spartan12103 Well-Known Member

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    I tried and and it was decent, but still seems a bit pricy.
     
  5. Chiller ONE

    Chiller ONE Well-Known Member

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    Well lets see if this lives up to the hype...
     
  6. Misguided

    Misguided Well-Known Member

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    I can respect and appreciate that this is an extremely well done game, but it's just not for me. Perhaps that's because I was such a huge fan of Loco Roco (which Rolando always draws comparisons to), that this seems overly complex to me. Oh, how I'd love to see Loco Roco on iPhone! Still, I'm glad I at least gave it a shot.
     
  7. D.Sync

    D.Sync Well-Known Member

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    Well, after playing it for a couple of levels I can say that I'm glad I DIDNT purchased the game. Didn't really suits my playing style.
     
  8. Chiller ONE

    Chiller ONE Well-Known Member

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    Same here. This is a very well made game but its just not for me.
     
  9. fiskadoro

    fiskadoro Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I must be some kind of freak or something, the game looks beautiful and I'm so glad I got a chance to try it, but I just can't seem to get into it. I didn't like Dizzy Bee for the same reason, even though I bought that.

    I think I'll have to stick to my boring puzzle games, word games, and match three stuff... I have to admit, the variety of games in the AppStore is phenomenal, we're so lucky to have so many great choices. :)
     
  10. THEDeliriumTrigger

    THEDeliriumTrigger Well-Known Member

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    I dont like this game. Sorry guys. An i think its totally awkward that they keep calling me finger...
     
  11. don_k

    don_k Well-Known Member

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    I was and still am a nay-sayer.
    I love DizzyBee, but not this. Just can't get into the game.
     
  12. Master Shake

    Master Shake Well-Known Member

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    Is it just me or are the spiky ones a pain to control?
     
  13. aleceiffel

    aleceiffel Well-Known Member

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    i hate the spiky ones...yes, they do not have consistent control...trying to make them jump off of something drives me nuts sometimes...i bought the game when it came out, played it, got sick of it, tried it once more and never touched it again...not my type of game either.....graphics and music are nice though, but doesnt make up for the gameplay, in my opinion!
     
  14. Master Shake

    Master Shake Well-Known Member

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    I loved Loco Roco but this... I'm just not sure about. Those little bastards never seem to do what you want them to.
     
  15. your personal robot

    your personal robot Well-Known Member

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    Strange little family in here.
    It just seems to be fun to hate this great game a bit.
    Opportunities, rise :)
     
  16. ArdentMeridian

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    I am glad they produced a lite version, since it turned out to be entirely uninteresting and no fun to play for me. I cannot quite put my finger on why.

    There is no question that it is a high-quality and beautifully produced game, a standard of production more games should shoot for, but Rolando just does nothing for me.

    A shame, as I bought both Topple and Dropship when they launched, and both of those, as well as Maze Finger, have been on my iPhone since they day they were purchased.

    I have bought many games, a good few at their launch prices, so I am not balking at the price. I would happily pay $10 for Blue Attack for example, and have bought many games at that price. What I am finding personally is that, irrespective of price, the "bigger" games try to be on the iPhone the less I enjoy them.
     
  17. xiao

    xiao Well-Known Member

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    Well I think Rolando is a blast and definitely worth the 6 dollar entree fee.

    Although I do wish it was a bit more "roll everything up into a big gooey liquid" rather than controlling and micromanaging each rolando.
     

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