by Rob Hearn 9/5/2013
Developer: Dumb and Fat
Format: Android, iPhone, iPad
Perfection and simplicity are close friends. From the prose of Hemingway to the sushi of Jiro, it's frequently the case that the simpler something gets the better it is.
That's the kind of perfection that Perfection is aiming for. In which case, it's a little bit too perfect. If it were sushi, it would constitute about three grains of pretty good rice. If it were prose it would be an impeccably spelled, pleasantly lyrical, but fatally aimless phrase like, "Geronimo binoculars discombobulate."
It all starts off so well. In each randomly generated stage you begin with an outline and a block of stuff that you have to prune in straight lines so that it matches the outline.
Perfection contains a solid central mechanic and it's nicely presented, but the unadorned slicing wears thin very quickly
©2013 Steel Media Limited
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