Reviews for Type Rider


Great Game, Poor Platformer

drakemirow | April 5, 2014 | See all drakemirow's reviews »

Type:Rider ist a beautiful little game that should be a trend-setter for how to make an interesting game in terms of actual background content. Most platformers often choose to give you very little to think about other than mastering your jumps and whatnot. This game shows how easy you can combine something with any game. History, typography, literature. It's relaxing and entertaining and has many side notes and references. From that perspective it's a must buy for everyone that's even partly interested in indie games.

Though the one big complaint about the game is, that it get's quite frustrating at times and especially at the end. When it tries to be a regular platformer, which it isn't quite frankly. Your "character" are to dots that are connected to each other and very hard to handle at times so. Mostly jumping parts get annoying and I personally really had to force myself to play to the end.


There’s a new serif in town!

Numbi | Nov. 29, 2013 | See all Numbi's reviews »

Type Rider has a much more relaxed pace compared to other platform games that all try to copy Super Meat Boy. The controls are a bit tricky but exploring the levels is loads of fun and there is a nice puzzle element to figuring out how to proceed. I have to admit that I skipped some of the lectures about the different fonts but overall the game is definitely very cool.


An Interesting Little Artstyle History Lesson

TimothyD | Nov. 13, 2013 | See all TimothyD's reviews »

It is rare that games take on an educational perspective and remain entertaining. This game makes the point that it still can be done. While sometimes the software does itself in, the game is an overall positive experience with relatively few gripes. The art style is unique and feels almost barren, with a windy soundscsape and bleak visuals, that make it feel as if the game is rolling off a printing press. I'd describe it as the landscape inside of an ink pen. The level design is relevant to the material presented, and keeps you pulled inside of it. The gameplay is standard for any other platforming game, but, it offers new solutions to make it a little more interesting. The information presented does get a bit tedious, but the game allows you to skip the pages of text. All-in-all, a time-spender best used for a few levels at a time. If you like history, art or typography, it's interesting. If not, it's a pass for something more widely appealing.


Nice one

Lasiu2 | Nov. 7, 2013 | See all Lasiu2's reviews »

I really like this game. Its one of the best puzzle game i have played for now. Just let me skip graphic because of reason we all know, right? I think its very funny game. Of course it is really easy to learn how to play, but dont misunderstand me. The game is hard really often ;) . I totally love soundtrack which plays in background when i play :D It has big 10/10 from me. Well, plot is really easy, it wasnt meant to be hard to understand. Its puzzle game, right? Gameplay is really enjoyable too. I recommend this game for people who want to relax.