Guide a little worm through a series of mazes in this challenging game made for the OneSwitch competition.
If you want to play MindWinder, then you’d better have some spare time on your hands because this game is not an easy one to finish.
You control a spinning worm thing and you have to get to the stars. Its simple, couldn’t be simpler. All you have to do is avoid the walls and spiky things and you will be fine.
MindWinder has learning curve as steep as anything I’ve ever played. You start off nice and easy then by level three you notice something is a little bit difficult, then all of a sudden this game goes awry.
There’s no new enemies. There’s no new dangers. But the sheer staggering difficulty of this game is overwhelming. Play it at your own risk, it looks simple and is smooth and fun to play but you will not give up quick.
If you want a small game that is fun, this is it. If you want a fun small game which is easy to put away so you can get back to work, this is not the game for you. It will suck you in and keep you playing for a long time more than you anticipated.
I have played many games from Foon and this is not one of the better ones. I guess its good for just a one button game but still I think that its a waste of time.
It's so simple, yet, takes so much skill! Though a bit short, an excellent little game.