Have Game, Will Play: Blek WiiU Review

The Kunabi Brother’s Blek for the WiiU is about as abstract as they come. Levels consist of a single screen and can only be completed when the player’s drawn line comes in contact with bright colored circles.  Touching any of the level’s black constructs instantly restarts the level. Blek holds your hand through the first few and then quickly removes the training wheels. Fun, challenging and often causes spectators to claim that they can do it better. Since the puzzles have numerous solutions,  I am not ashamed to admit my 8 year old was right.

Recommendation: Worth a buy
Full Disclosure: This game was provided to GameEnthus by the publisher.
Genre: abstract, creative, puzzle game
Developer: Kunabi Brother
Publisher: Broken Rules
Platform(s): Wii U, iOS Android
Price: $5.99

Links
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Scale:
Worth a buy – paying full price for fans of the series or genre makes sense – often includes a caveat
Worth a buy on sale – not quite full price worthy but close, – often includes a caveat
No – borrow it if you must play it
Please no – Don’t waste any time and/or money on it