Warp Review (GameSpot)

Warp is such a perfect name for Trapdoor Games’ debut creation. Not only does it reference its protagonist’s signature ability, but it also evokes the style of dark humor sprinkled throughout this top-down puzzler and the way the gameplay contorts familiar genres into a promising package. Here is a game where Pixar cuteness and Splatterhouse gore waltz hand in hand for six hours or more, and where a lightweight version of Portal converses with a cartoony echo of Shadow Complex. The makings of a great downloadable game are all here, but questionable controls and frustrating technical concerns often warp this hopeful concept into an exercise in mere trial and error.

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