Back in June I reviewed a game called IonBall 2: Ionstorm, a block breaking game that required such focus and dexterity that it wasn't too long before my eyes were spinning around in the same way that a cartoon character's does after being hilariously and catastrophically injured.
The resemblance is striking…
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Playing Ionstorm was a bittersweet experience for me; it felt like meeting a long lost childhood friend and being dazzled at how much they'd grown. When I read about the game's description it seemed to be a spiritual to those old 8-bit classics I played so much when I was growing up: Missile . . . → Read More: Ionball 2: Ionstorm Review (Steam Version)