Excerpt: Fighting Fantasy, if anyone cares to remember, were a series of books where you would roll dice and flick through the pages depending on the outcome of fights and what you chose to do in the story: “there is a door, Do you open it? “(turn to page 227) or “Walk on by, down a dangerously gloomy corridor” (pg74)”. That sort of thing. Deathtrap Dungeon ( DD ) is one of these books, only it’s on the iPhone.
Conclusion: Sin Number Five: It's jarring. The plot of the film has been crudely jammed in between the bouts of minion-slaying action, and the sparing use of CGI from the movie only serves to make the clunky game engine look worse. Sin Number Six: It's repetitive. The levels drag on forever, and if you've killed one peasant, you've killed them all. Sin Number Seven: It's terrible value.
Pros: The use of the licenced song �Walking on Sunshine,� by Katrina and the Waves., Supports four-player co-op., You get to kill lots of peasants.
Cons: Bad graphics and sound., Shallow combat, tedious puzzles., Feeble art direction, ugly menus, horrid interface.