Pix’n Love Rush for iPhone Provides Loads of Lovely Fun, Challenge

Mon, Jun 28, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

Slidetoplay recently reviewed one of the hottest new titles to hit the iPhone in Pix’n Love Rush, a game from BULKYPIX that looks to bring some casual platforming fun to the device, sprinkled with loads of levels and challenge.

Supporting OpenFeint, one of the most interesting aspects of the game is that it challenges you to beat each of the 125 levels with the most points as possible. As you begin the game, you must pass a level by surviving for 5 minutes and then you can move on to the more in depth portions of the game, including an infinite mode (to rack up as many points as possible). Using OpenFeint, you can see how your score stacks up to your friends or the world.

Combos are a unique aspect in that the world and environment will change based on your combo timings. This essentially means the game will transition worlds and themes on the fly, depending on how well you’re playing. As SlideToPlay puts it, “You’ll always be eager to see the next theme, and left on the edge of your seat trying your hardest not to slip up.”

Pix’n Love Rush appears to be an amazing addition to any iPhone gamer’s library and should last a while given the 125 levels to master. The game is available right now for only $.99.

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