Description of Mind-Roll
Mind-Roll by Thalamus (published by Epyx in the US) is a fun Marble Madness-style game with a simple premise: guide the marble through a complex obstacle course to the exit, avoiding obstacles on the way. The game is not as challenging as Marble Madness, mostly because narrow passages limit your movement, and the marble cannot get lost (although it can get eaten by flying eyeballs that are taken straight out of Resident: Freak Show comics.
Nice EGA graphics, sound effects, and smooth animations make for a pleasant game, although replayability and long-term play value are both lacking. If you like relaxing top-down roll-the-ball game that won't tax your reflexes or brain cells, Mind-Roll is a good choice.
Review By HOTUD
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