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Red Game Without A Great Name aims to remove the dust from your PS Vita

If your PlayStation Vita turned into another dust-gatherer , Red Game Without a Great Name might change that cruel fate this December. In the game you control a mechanical bird that serves as a messenger in a hostile, steampunk world. To get the letter from one cage to another, and thus completing each of the sixty levels, you will have to maneuver the bird between all the obstacles.

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However, this is no ordinary platform game, where you directly control your main hero. The bird is constantly moving forward, towards the objective. The only thing that can save it from the deadly traps is the ability of teleportation. And your nimble fingers, of course, as you are the one responsible for pointing out where the bird’s supposed to appear.

You’ll end up with ‘just one more retry’ becoming your new mantra as each retry might be just the one that gets you past that demanding level. But remember that the next one won’t be getting any easier. Special power-ups, like invulnerability or super strength will help you when things get too hot to handle.

Red Game Without A Great Name features:

– Simple to grasp, hard to master game mechanic
– 60 levels filled with traps to overcome
– 180 gears to collect
– 3 power-ups to enhance your abilities
– Unique art style dominated by red
– One more attempt syndrome

Look out for Red Game Without A Great Name in the PlayStation Store this December.

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Dan has been gaming for nearly 30 years and has survived everything from Nuclear Fallouts to Zombie Outbreaks but his main love is Survival Horror and don't we all know it. Favourite games include Resident Evil and Grand Theft Auto, he can be regularly found cruising the streets of Vice City listening to the classics.

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