June 2, 2012

Razor: Salvation by Crescent Moon Games

(4.3/5) Razor: Salvation for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad is a first-person shooter with a twist. Unlike other FPSs, you can not move around, you can only aim and shoot. This provides the effect of controlling a turret in a tower defense game. The graphics of Razor: Salvation are the game's major selling point. All of the unlockable weapons, enemies, and terrain are detailed and realistic. The music is good, but is almost always drowned out by the sounds of bullets firing. Razor: Salvation has standard FPSS controls. One finger for switching weapons and firing, one for moving around the character's view. The game is quite difficult, and I struggled to complete the first few levels (it took a few tries). You can also join or create seemingly pointless "factions" and share your faction code to allow people to join. Razor: Salvation has great graphics and is a unique way to mix a first-person shooter and a tower defense game, but the difficulty level could use some changes. Razor: Salvation is available on the app store for $0.99. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/razor-salvation/id528471609?mt=8&ls=1

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