So, "Platters", pretty much like in the developer's previous game ("Fire in the Repeated Game") it deals with deep philosophical subjects. This time, I will not tell you what they are, since spoilers should be avoided at all costs if you want to enjoy the wonderful experience "Platters" is. It's a beautiful, underrated gem. Graphical style looks good, and the soundtrack is kind of a tear jerker. This is yet another 5/5, keep up the good work.
"Fire in the repeated game!" is a wonderful experience, which deals with tough subjects such as coping with the loss of a loved one, how people can become friends in spite of having different beliefs, and how we should all be more openminded.
The ending is beautiful, it made me cry at least twice, and I'm losing sleep because of how heartcrushing it is. Pokerpo, your game is the best thing I've ever experienced. It's a 5/5.
I don't know why is everyone complaining about donators, ok, donating gives a lot of advantage, but at least you can still win against someone who donated without donating, Gunbound was much worse in that aspect, if you don't donate in that game, you'll never win
This is probably the most irritating game ever, the name attracts players, but it's a big dissapointment, first bad thing: Some levels are luck based. Second bad thing: With a name like "Pirates vs Ninjas" you expect a side scroller game, like Ninja Gaiden, and that would be better than this, even if it sucks. Third bad thing: Ninjas look and sound so stupid, seriously, I find them creepy and annoying
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