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Game review
Edge Extended
On the edge of glory
by Matt Sakuraoka-Gilman 3/2/2012
Product: Edge Extended
Developer: Mobigame
Publisher: AMA
Format: Mobile
Genre: Puzzle
Players: 1
Format: J2ME
File size: 577KB
Reviewed on: Sony Ericsson C510
Version: Europe
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My knowledge of geometry doesn't really extend beyond successfully negotiating a square wooden peg into the correct hole on a toddler's toy table, so it was with trepidation that I first started up Edge Extended.

The less numerically challenged among you might think that a puzzle-platformer based on the thinky principles of navigating a box through a hole filled arena would be straightforward.

But Edge Extended takes those principles and runs with them, offering up some stark challenges along with some palpable frustrations.

Square-ware

The aim in Edge Extended is to get your flashing neon cuboid from one end of each isometric block-built stage to the other. Each of the game's stage's is suspended in a void of empty space, meaning one wrong move and you're hexahedron will fall off the edge and you'll have to try that bit of the stage again. ...
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Summary
Edge Extended might sorely miss the map that graced its smartphone original, but it's still a wonderful example of logic mixed with incentivised tension and some inspired level design
RATINGS
Audio/visual: 7
Gameplay: 8
Value: 8
Innovation: 8
Overall: 8
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