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8.6* out of 10

Savant – Ascent

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BIGBenX, Metacritic
17 April 2014
  • Summary: This game looked pretty nice but it actually is quite bad. It is only possible to jump between 2 points. You can never move anywhere else. The music is good in the beginning but gets boring pretty quickly. And in the beginning I thought it's a kind of music game, which reacts according to the music. But the music actually seems to play no role at all for the gameplay and therefore you wont even notice it too much.
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ThnderGaming, Metacritic
1 February 2014
  • Summary: Savant - Ascent is one of the best short games I have played in my entire life. It is about the wizard Savant, who has been thrown out of his tower by a malicious orb. From then on, you are given control to the coolest wizard ever. While you can can only move to two specific spots, the main game mechanic is the shooting. The shooting is brilliant.
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EpicRenaissance, Metacritic
15 December 2013
  • Summary: This game is fun, but I don't think it's worth the 9.3 it's getting here. It's cheap, yes, and the music is nice, but I finished the game in 15 minutes, making the game actually pretty expensive when you compare it to other games per hourly rate. It's well made, but it's not worth being above all other games in this list.
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ChemicalDragon, Metacritic
14 December 2013
  • Summary: Amazing Game! I've been an avid follower of Savant for a while, and this game just really takes it head on. Fast paced. Cons: Control Options. Controller Auto Detect Detects Logitech X360 Etc Game controllers attached and gives them use priority over keyboard mouse play with no option to switch between desired input other then disabling the device. That being said, EPIC game, worth it, completely, you wont regret it.
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NorwegianRage, Metacritic
13 December 2013
  • Summary: Savant Ascent proofs that Norway are great at making games!! Awesome Music, Beautiful Visuals and a challenging gameplay With an awesome story for 2 dollars is awesome. My Game Of The Year 2013 easily!
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ProbableEffect, Metacritic
6 December 2013
  • Summary: A fun game with a low price and good gameplay. Great soundtrack choice of Savants music and addicting gameplay. The guy is very polished and the only complaints I have are menu wise. I really don't like when I press the Esc that the game pauses, but overall I do recommend this game and I appreciate the great artwork.
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Grincho, Metacritic
6 December 2013
  • Summary: Epic game-play for a very low price! It's challenging, fun and VERY fast! The music is also an plus! If you've got little money to spend, this is the game for you. It's on Android, IOS and Steam.
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dzaver, Metacritic
5 December 2013
  • Summary: I love the game! Challenging and fun! Great graphic and music! I highly suggest you try it! Can't wait for additional content D-Pad Studio has promised to deliver.
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sharkinajar, Metacritic
5 December 2013
  • Summary: I really like the game. Challenging, yet not too hard. The music is amazing, expected no less from Savant. Gameplay is a little short, but D-Pad Studios has promised more content in the future. Plus, D-Pad Studios is quite responsive to fixing bugs and tweaks. I can't wait to see more!
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tender, Metacritic
5 December 2013
  • Summary: Epic game in an creative cooperation with Savant. Great fun for no money at all. Music and action is in a good symbiosis and completes an excelent combination. 5 weeks dev. Possible _YES, the D-Pad developers must be full of energy and talent. Recommended sincerely for those who like this kind of music. And if not, turn down the music and put on Beethovens 5th.
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