Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev), Amazon
3 March 2015
Summary: I didn't quite expect this game to sting my brain a little, but wouldn't you know it; it actually managed to succeed in doing that. Shifting World is an entry in the Shift series (Honestly, I didn't know this was part of a series when I got the game) exclusively built for the Nintendo 3DS.
Summary: A good puzzle type of game. Not necessary to move quickly, you can shift and then shift back to see what will work best. A good game that can be picked up and played through a stage and then put down.
Summary: My girlfriend loves this game, she played it for a few hours straight yesterday. My only negative thought about it is that it seems to be lacking something.. I don't know how else to describe it.
Summary: One of the few games I can crank the 3D setting up high. Pretty easy to get the hang of it, but it's still challenging enough to encourage replay. Like other reviews the lower screen map is pretty hard to follow, but if you just look where you are & a short area around you can get a good idea where...
Summary: Shifting World is a fun puzzle game with an interesting gimmick, in the same spirit as the Shift games and iOS Continuity games. A few things distract from the fun, however, such as: - The map is so small and the current-location marker is so large that some important details are hidden.
Summary: Quite a cool game. I've played it for a couple of hours so far and I think I'm starting to get the hang of the "shifting." It's not an action game, it's a series of puzzles. The key is learning to anticipate what your environment will look like when it is "shifted" so that you can position yourself...
Summary: this game is beautiful (despite being in black & white through the whole game, and not having too many elements on it) and different; but is true that the 'jump' is not very responsive, and it gets annoying sometimes that you jump into some spikes on the floor and you have to restart the level, or...
Summary: I have been trying to get through the various levels of this game over the past few months and have become increasingly irritated at getting "stuck" at different stages. I have now reached World 6 Level 6 but simply cannot get past it!