Excerpt: Tumble stands amongst the ranks of mini-game puzzlers that are so inoffensively tolerable you can't really find a bad word to say about them. The game has been developed as a launch title for PlayStation Move by the same guys who gave you Start the Party, a similarly harmless mini-game-heap built...
Excerpt: Not only is Tumble one of the best Move titles, but it is one of the best games I have played in a long long time. Sometimes amongst all the high def graphics and booming soundtrack a little gem appears with a very simple concept and very simple styling, and yet it works! Tumble is that gem.
Conclusion: Tumble is, on the whole, what is expected from a launch title; that is, it demonstrates the technical nuance of the product, allowing users to get to grips with the new piece of kit while enjoying a decent puzzle game.
This clever puzzle game has plenty of variety and makes great use of the PlayStation Move.
22 September 2010
Summary: It's probably been quite a while since you played with building blocks; perhaps erecting towers just so that you could knock them down again or--if it was even longer ago--smashing one against the floor while gnawing and drooling on another.
Pros: Excellent motion control, More than 60 puzzles offer plenty of challenge and variety, Multiplayer is great fun, Believable visuals and physics, More than enough content to justify the $10 asking price
Cons: Camera issues make certain levels extra tricky, No online multiplayer
Conclusion: Yes, Tumble is plain, but that just highlights the original gameplay mechanics and addictive nature of figuring out how to best complete each challenge. You won't find more bang for your buck among the Move launch titles.
Excerpt: The word "Tumble" evokes both between finesse and clumsiness. Likewise, Tumble the game teeters between spaces: the virtual, the physical, and even the retail. One of the games spearheading the launch of the PlayStation Move, Tumble is an unapologetic block-stacker, but one that incorporates your...
Summary: Most people looking for a must-have PlayStation Move title to go along with their new toy will probably not look twice at Tumble. When downloading or installing (or both, sigh...) demos, they’ll be drawn towards stuff such as The Shoot, Sports Champions, or Kung Fu Rider.