Reviews for Warp
Overall very enjoyableDanielZo0 | June 11, 2013 | See all DanielZo0's reviews »
First off, YES it is a console port and very much so. I recommend using a controller to play this game, but the game doesn't deserve a low rating simply because it's not designed for a keyboard/mouse interface. This game is amazingly fun. I like challenge in my games, something most new titles don't deliver. This game is difficult in places, with upgrade options and play styles that give it an rpg feel. The only reason I didn't give it a 10/10 is because I felt they could have done so much more with the upgrades and environment, including alternate endings based on whether you play stealthily or forcefully. Warp is a great game if you like the combo of cute but deadly, you play as an alien who was captured by scientists who want to find out what makes you tick, you soon escape and find that you are not the only one, it is a pretty gory game, but an excellent one. It has a lot of challenges and pure genius moments that will make you smile when you complete them, very fun to play and easy to get into. My only complaint is the length of main story, but it does have challenge rooms that should keep you busy
Warp - reviewcarlyle | Jan. 16, 2013 | See all carlyle's reviews »
The heart of the game wheel right on the characteristic of Zero in teleport, but not only. The alien may enter into objects and people and then make them explode from the inside, while in advanced stages is able to generate a holographic clone to confuse the enemy, and even transfer other objects inside their bodies. The most fascinating feature of the product is represented by the freedom offered to the player to manage the powers of the protagonist. Warp can be faced so bloody or as a stealth game and level design explores the implications of this peculiar system, not without great irony. Warp is the product of two souls, that draws inspiration from titles such as Portal and puzzle adventure without being derivative. The idea of limited teleportation and the ability to enter into objects (and people) opens up a wide spectrum of possibilities, such as the choice to face it all by force or strategy.
Amazing puzzle gamepanz3r88 | Sept. 14, 2012 | See all panz3r88's reviews »
Warp is a puzzle game where you must control a robot with some powers and try to escape from the scientists that captured you. The powers of the robot allow to pass the various obstacles and enemies in different ways: you can decide to use them to kill the enemies or to avoid them and sneak through a room. The game is really fun and there are many collectibles to get.
Orange goo.maciej2601 | Aug. 30, 2012 | See all maciej2601's reviews »
Warp is produced by independent studio Trapdoor game combines elements of logic, skill and stealth. Players direct the actions of Zulu, a small, orange alien that was trapped in the undersea lab evil Commander. The main character has to escape from captivity, using your wits and a rich arsenal of special abilities. Nice, but for a while.
Worth something...Dagexon | April 21, 2012 | See all Dagexon's reviews »
Most of the best selling games nowadays hardly seem unique, although Warp isn't a best seller it certainly is unique. In Warp you play as an odd alien trying to escape captivity from humans, the story line is really thin and I believe it tries to make you feel sorry for the orange alien yet fails to do so because you see him kill many humans in the most gory ways possible. For me there's too much gore, this game could have been child-friendly and sold many more copies by appealing to a wider audience but really, no parent would want there 8 year old child to see so much blood on a screen. I think the that the stealth game play works incredibly well, especially because of the camera angle, if the camera was behind the aliens shoulders or first person then I'm afraid this game would not have been enjoyable at all. The reason why I think the game is so unique is because of the aliens well-thought out powers, I found it fun distracting fat guards with a ghost of myself. This is the reason why the games so fun and I would highly reccomend it.