First review for Rotastic


The first review ever posted! Ingo Delinger of Game reactor has enjoyed Rotastic, giving the game 9/10 : “Rotastic is really a big surprise [...] A highly original and really very enjoyable game with lots of nice ideas [...] Rotastic likely to be of interest to almost every type of player. So, you must give it a try!”

The review, in German, is here.


Rotastic previews part II – English articles


Rotastic ships tomorrow on XBLA so reviews should be coming soon. We keep our fingers crossed since the preview have been really postitive so far!

A + E Interactive

“It may not sound like much, but the gameplay works surprisingly well. It’s elegant, smooth. [...] When done right, the movement is captivatingly graceful.”


“Well is it good?
It’s better than good, it’s Ro-f#$%ing-tastic. ”

Pixelated geek

“Rotastic was a pleasant surprise. I’d keep an eye on this one.”

Disciplined Monkey Studios

“Versus is limited to four players, but my match was still a fantastic time. I am really looking forward to trying out the single player”

Raging Nerds

“There’s a spot of magic I think the gaming world has forgotten, and Rotastic has found it once again.”


“Thankfully, a simple game Rotastic can really stand out in one’s mind after a grueling day at E3.  And when it comes to gaming, simplicity can be next to divinity.”


“believe us when we say you’ll want to give it a — wait for it — spin when it launches”

Rotastic previews part I – French articles


Since May we have demoed Rotastic on XBLA, and got great feedback in the press! Here are some links, all articles being written in French.
“D’ores et déjà en compétition pour le titre de party-game de l’année au sein des instances journalistiques spécialisées [...] Le concept est ultra-basique et redoutablement efficace.”
“Doté d’un concept aussi simple que redoutable d’efficacité, Rotastic ne paye pas de mine, mais s’avère extrêmement addictif comme en témoigne le nombre de journalistes « scotchés » à la borne mise à disposition par Focus Home Interactive.”
“Très sympa. Pour 800 points Microsoft, Rotastic devrait donc être l’une des bonnes surprises estivales.”
“Ce jeu a été un de nos coups de cœur avec un gameplay simple mais très addictif, à coup il gagnerait à sortir sur iOs ou Android mais les joueurs ne s’en priveront certainement pas sur leur console ou PC.”
“Si comme moi vous êtes dotés de deux pieds gauches à la place des mains c’est un peu dur, mais le gameplay est au poil et le style graphique cartoon fait qu’on accroche tout de suite.”
“… il y a de bonnes chances pour que Rotastic soit une nouvelle perle du Xbox Live Arcade.”
“Le successeur d’Angry Bird ? [...] Difficile à expliquer, redoutablement simple à prendre à main, impossible à lâcher : grâce à un studio parisien jusqu’alors spécialiste dans les jeux de bébé (véridique), le Xbox Live Arcade tient peut-être là le prochain phénomène…”


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