Review: Spinch – SENSES

Spinch is a classic retro platform with a very different look.

Spinch is a platform game, which in itself is exactly the archetype of all other platform games in the sense that you move from left to right and have lots of different obstacles to get you over and through. What separates Spinch from the crowd is the extremely crazy and psychedelic look. Animations, music and the consistent feeling are unlike anything else.

Spinch - Queen Bee Games - Screenshot Nintendo Switch - copyright 2020

IN Spinch are you looking to find your offspring; you are a colorless cloth in a world of color and it is important to have your tongue right in your mouth to cope with everything you are faced with. And it’s not always easy. I got stuck early, before I realized that you can double-jump and even stick to walls to get up on the platform…

Spinch - Queen Bee Games - Screenshot Nintendo Switch - copyright 2020

Spinch contains lots of courses and as usual it gets harder and harder the further into the game you get. The graphics are simple but still nice, with a total retro feel. However, what bothered me a lot with the game is that it is quite a long way between the checkpoints and it is not so that you can start again just before the jump you missed but you go back all the way to the last checkpoint – which is extremely frustrating in the end . Spinch fits your perfectly Nintendo Switch as this is really a game you pick up and drive for a while, waiting for the bus. The game works just as well in docked mode as in portable mode.

Spinch - Queen Bee Games - Screenshot Nintendo Switch - copyright 2020

In summary, that is Spinch a small, odd game with a unique look. But it is important that you really like both retro and platform games to really appreciate Spinch.

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