Perfect Balance: Inferno Game Review

6 Jun


Previously, I reviewed Perfect Balance: Harmony. Now the developer is back with a vengence. He created a sequel to the game. This game is called Perfect Balance: Inferno.


The game has some scary dark elements like when you placed the blocks in the fitting positions, blood will ooze out of the blocks.You need to place blocks on top of spinning razor wheels which adds to the devilish fun. There is a scary cutting sound when you played this game. You can also rotate and plug the blocks into certain holes to balance some of the objects as seen below.





The game has 120 new and unique levels unlike Perfect Balance: Harmony. You can rotate and stack the blocks but try to obtain the perfect balance in this physics puzzle. You cannot play cheat by tilting left or right to get the blocks to balance as this game is not based on the iPhone accelerometer.


If you have difficulty in passing certain levels, you can skip them by pressing the two emergency locks located left and right of the game screen when you start playing the game under the game menu. However, there are only 3 unlocks given to you. Once you used them up, you are left on your own to decipher the puzzles.


You can configure the balance point of your block under the game settings. You can also send a challenge to your friends via email.

Overall, I feel this game is better than perfect balance: harmony as there are some good elements in the game like able to skip levels and able to change the balancing point of the game.

Graphics: 4.6 /5
Sound/Music: 4.7 /5
Fun: 4.7 /5
Addictiveness: 4.7 /5
Value for money: 5 /5
Overall: 4.7 /5

Check out the game on iTunes for $0.99.


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