ALABASTER – Where exactly is the Alabaster
ALABASTER by KASUMUSHI - Review
ALABASTER by KASUMUSHI
As usual, we were not hired or paid to feature this game. If it’s bad, we’ll tell you it’s bad.
As far as we are aware, the color Alabaster is a whitey-gray color that looks strikingly similar to the faded wallpaper you might find at your grandma’s house. So, a very blue game with black obstacles and a white ball called ALABASTER… Interesting…
ALABASTER is a fast-paced avoider game with a gameplay system that could be described as a cross between that of Arrow by Ketchapp, and ZAGA by Simple Machine, 2 Great games we haven’t revisited in far too long…
Played by tapping on the screen of your device in order to change the direction in which you travel by 90º, ALABASTER is simple and easy to play just so long as you keep an eye out for the twists and turns coming up ahead as you travel up the screen.
The longer you survive the faster things begin to move until eventually, you reach a level we’re not even sure is humanly possible…
With decent visuals, (nothing over the top but definitely usable), and not too many ads to interrupt your gameplay, ALABASTER is fun simple and free. However, just for the record, you probably wouldn’t want this as your “only” source of entertainment on a long trip to Mars…
If you’re after a simple game you can play here and there while waiting in line or waiting for your girlfriend to finally finish clothes shopping, ALABASTER is just the type of game you need.
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