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A Virus Named Tom Review

2 April 2013
  • Excerpt: With a title like A Virus Named Tom, you’d be right to wonder just what kind of game you’re getting yourself into here – but don’t fret. Apart from being perfectly safe to install, A Virus Named Tom presents plenty of entertaining and silly backstory to keep things interesting. Moreover, its clever take on puzzle gameplay is likely something you’ve never encountered; a bizarre, yet compelling hybrid of Pac-Man and a sort of rotational connect-the-dots exercise.
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A Virus Named TOM Review

True PC gaming
5 November 2012
  • Excerpt: A Virus Named TOM is a tight little puzzle game with a neat twist. You play as TOM, a computer virus created by the archetypical deranged genius Dr. X. Thanks to Dr. X’s innovations, his erstwhile employers, Mega-Tech, have created the City of Tomorrow – a retro-futuristic 60s flavoured technological paradise of automated sidewalks and robotic pets. After his brilliant ideas take a turn for the homicidal, Dr.
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A Virus Named Tom

31 August 2012
  • Excerpt: A standard shot at a classic genre. But this little virus hardly had us breaking out in sweats.
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Overall 7

A Virus Named TOM Review

16 August 2012
  • Excerpt: Spreading viruses is moderately entertaining in this PC puzzler. Our full review inside.
  • Pros: + Simple concept with deep executions, + Co-op is actually fun
  • Cons: Difficulty can ramp up fast, No online play, Versus is hit or miss
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