Finally Limbo, the smash hit of the independent gaming scene, comes to the green robot operating system. It was time! See in my quiz why everyone should try this little game.
The history of the game
A boy wakes up in a very, very dark forest. The game does not show who he or how he got there. We only know one thing: He has to go through this nightmarish world from right to left. It is not yet shown what awaits him, but we can be sure that it is not about happy and friendly forest dwellers.
Limbo controls for Android are simple and work very well. With a light touch in the lower left corner of the screen the boy moves, sliding his finger in the lower right corner he jumps. As for objects that appear along the way, it automatically picks them up as you approach them. Your goal is to jump and dodge as many enemies as possible, finding the best way (which is often not so simple). There are no weapons for defense. Direct confrontations and falls in the water end with death!
All the scenery in black and white, and this minimalism gives the permanent tone of danger. This horror often manifests itself in unexpected obstacles, enemies, and traps. Particularly upsetting is the encounter with a giant spider, proving difficult for players suffering from arachnophobia, and the frequent pitfalls surprise and frustrate when we thought we were progressing.