Tesla's Best Friend

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Silicon Echo
Silicon Echo
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Dual Core 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: HD 6770
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 7, Windows 10
  • Processor: Dual Core 3.0 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: R7 360
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Tesla's Best Friend is a Jump-' n ' run with always the same Goal per Level. Similar to Super Meat Boy. If you want to Describe it in a word, it would be for me Personally the Word "Heavy" But the right word is History, because it is clearly in focus while the Gameplay is clearly in Focus, tells the Story of Nikola Tesla. But Since the Gameplay here is the most important Aspect now .. It is difficult but also very Fair designed. By practicing, you can master the said heavy Spots piece by piece. Unfortunately, I did not manage to advance to the last Level (45?), but it does well as a Casual Game. Big Criticism is the narrative and the Monotonous Voice, because it feels quite dislocated and doesn't contribute much to the whole thing anyway. She sounds very Depressed and just pushes the Mood further down with it. My Conclusion: If you're into heavy Jump-' n ' run it and just got long bored, you can access it. Rating: * *
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Microsoft from Deutsch
"Tesla's Best Friend" is a small Platformer And the third Installment after "The Last Photon" and "The First Spark." This Game is not really a New one, it is actually only 50 new Levels for the not exactly convincing Predecessor. That'S why there is the same review in large Parts, when it is already the same Game in large Parts. We're a bouncy ... After all, what actually (last time we were still a Spark, before that a Photon). Since it is Nikola Tesla, which is supposed to revolve around the Game, it probably has something to do with Alternating current, Coils or magnetic Flux Density. More Precise remains unclear. In any Case, we are something light blue something bounces. The Story, or rather the Sentences said at the Beginning of each of the 50 Levels, has something to do with the title for The First Time, because it's about Nikola Tesla's Life. However, this has nothing to do with the Game itself, so the Text Selection once again remains completely arbitrary. You could tell any Story, read the Phone Book as well. In the Game, we have to find the Exit via some Platforms, some of which move and avoid nasty ones like red Prongs. Our Photon, excused sparks, excuse blue Thing automatically bounces, only the Direction we can set. This is as unspectacular as it sounds and also very strenuous to control. For the Reaction time of a Photon, excusable sparks, excusable blue Thing is apparently not close to the Speed of light, but probably has more to do with a Freight Train from the penultimate Century. First heat up before moving. The Levels are unimaginatively built, even worse than in its Predecessor. The Design of some Levels already borders on Refusal to Work. Particularly embarrassing: The more than 400 Achievements are not awarded for Achievements, but only for failure. Every Death you get a new one. Emomininely, just embarrassing. Rating: 3/10 Atmosphere 3/10 Story 4/10 Graphic 3/10 Sound 4/10 Game Mechanics 3/10 Balancing 4/10 Game Pass verdict: Thomas Alva Edison I would say (Tesla's best Friend). 3/10 Overall Rating
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