God of Light Review (Allview X1 Xtreme): Exquisite Light-Based Puzzle With Great Soundtrack (Video)

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  • 17 May 2014
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  • Since I had the chance to play with the Allview X1 Xtreme handset, aka the Gionee Elife E7, I also tested a game on it. The title is called God of Light and it’s a great physics puzzles from Playmous, with music from the artist Unkle.

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    The game features beautiful artwork and I have to say it’s very soothing. The concept is that you play with light beams and reflect everything around you by using mirrors. You guide a beam of light from a Shiny to the Source of Life, as they are called. All the level is placed in the dark and it’s up to you to light it up. You have no idea where the target is, till you actually reach it.

    You have to collect 3 crystals per level to progress and you have to hit them with light to do that. The crystals and fireflies are required to unlock new worlds and the fireflies are harder to come by, so you’ll probably purchase them. You can use fireflies in level to guide you to the Source of Life, in case you’re stuck. Mirrors come in all shapes and sizes, like rotatable mirrors and you can split your beam and use sliders to move your mirrors.

    The thing is that these reflective surfaces are too sensitive at times, cramping up your style. For the great artwork and soundtrack we give this game an 8.8 out of 10. You can download it here.

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