There are game genres we all choose to stay away from, for me some are endless runner games, mazes, and growing crap! Twiddler fits in the labyrinth/maze category, but it was intriguing enough to keep me playing. Imagine you have a glass lens in your hand you can rotate with ease, and you’re looking into a maze filled world. Twiddler feels very realistic almost as if you forget it’s just a screen, well until you’re rudely interrupted by someone calling.
You begin each level rolling and balancing your ball rotating clockwise or counterclockwise, and grab as many stars as you can on the way to the end portal. Your heart will be thumping, so be sure to take a break in crevices to avoid enemies and obstacles like barbed wire and ugly creatures.All that hard work squashed after grabbing a bunch of stars? You could take the easy way out skipping most of the stars, but that’s not going to unlock the next level for you, so man up!
Twiddler does work through the Game Center, so you will be able to challenge your friends scores and achievements if you so choose. Lets be honest here, that’s about all I can tell you because this game is tough, for patient people, and I haven’t unlocked many levels yet! Hopefully you’ll have better luck than me, because Twiddler currently has a rust, nature, and space world, with 5 levels each(15 total). If you’re into the labyrinth category, I think you’ll love Twiddler, if not, I still think you’ll appreciate the realistic feel to this game.
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