Warp Review: I wanna be in you

Somehow I managed to wrangle my way into reviewing each of the XBLA House Party games, and here is my first review from the pile, the regularly charming stealth-action puzzler, Warp.

Warp Screenshot

If you’re going to name your game after its central mechanic, it had better be a damned good one. Happily, Warp’s teleporting system is strong enough to make this action-puzzler worthwhile despite the occasional frustrations it heaps on the player.

The premise is straightforward enough: you assume the role of a captured alien as he tries to escape the underground lair of diabolical scientists, capitalizing on his powers to warp himself into objects both inanimate and fleshy.

Go read the whole thing on Toronto Thumbs!

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