Timespinner Review | 2-Minute Reviews

A (really) Timespinner review video

Here’s quick video review of this quality Metroidvania, available on Steam, Switch, and XBox One.

It’s a-mee!

If you aren’t familiar with Timepinner, it’s a cute-if-short Metroidvania. I played it on Steam, as it was provided by the publisher for review.

Overall, I found the gameplay to be tight and high-quality. The storyline was okay, but it definitely didn’t go very deep. Dialogue between characters was at times awkward. I assume this is due to localization and translation (they should have asked me. Just sayin’.) But overall, it’s a minor gripe.

The graphics in Timespinner are fantastic. It’s a real testament to modern/retro indie style and I loved exploring the maps and discovering the world.

While the game is a bit short on content, the price justifies it. Overall, I think this is a good choice if you want a semi-casual platformer to enjoy for a few hours. If you want something deeper, maybe not. But for what it is, I will heartily approve Timespinner.

Enjoy this Timespinner review? Check out my 2-minute Pathway review, another excellent indie game.

Thanks for watching. Keep on ghetto gaming!


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