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21 Feb 2014

Motivation game review

I am in kinda love with puzzle games and that’s why I tried one more game in such category and that game is Motivation. Just a few days ago, I downloaded the game and have been playing since then.

But wait, what the game is about? Yes, it’s a puzzle game, but what kind of objective do you have in this game and seriously, the name doesn’t even reveal a bit that it’s going to be a puzzle game. Am I right?

Well, I would certainly agree with the name theory for even I couldn’t guess that this would be a puzzle game until I read the description available on the app store. But this isn’t so with the actual game. This is only with the name.

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Motivation is in fact quite a simple puzzle game which needs you to do a very simple task. The task to control the ‘Roland’ ball that you would be able to see on your device and bring it down to the exit door on each level. But the real problem is with controlling the Roland only. Trust me, it’s not easy. By the time you get comfortable with the game, the difficult level gets high and high.

Once the Roland starts moving or rolling, you would need to place down arrows to change its direction and take it to the exit.
The most exciting features of the game are the number of levels and the difficulty level. There are 140 numbers of levels, each having a different kind of puzzle where you need to achieve the main objective – to get the Roland out. The difficulty level – I did read some reviews which said the game becomes very difficult as you reach new and higher levels and that was the reason why I was too thrilled to download this game.

I love challenges and moreover a game isn’t really fun until it is insanely difficult. What do you say? The game has an extremely good design. The texture of the game is somehow different. Yes, I completely agree with that phrase which was told by a friend of mine while praising the Motivation.

The designers have done a really good job and developers too, in fact. The game offers in app purchases which I think won’t be minded by many. Right?
My overall experience with Motivation has been really good. I did enjoy playing this game while it reminded me of some childhood games which I used to play. Puzzle games are actually suitable for all kinds of ages, so one really doesn’t need to worry about which age limit is capable enough to play this game. It all depends on how much your brain work and how quickly you can think and control that Roland.

If I had to recommend a puzzle game to anyone, Motivation would certainly be in my list of favorites. The concept of this puzzle game is also a bit different from other puzzle games that I’ve played which prevents me from getting bored. It’s a good one. 

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