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
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...
Conclusion: Finally, proof that playing games is the childish pursuit of infants and burbling man-children alike. Thousands trained in their Halos and their Calls of Duties are reduced to this: taking shaped blocks and carefully placing them through their respective holes, stacking them on top of one another,...
Conclusion: Tumble's never quite as outright fun as something like Boom Blox, but along with Sports Champions' table tennis mode it's a terrific showcase for Move, and another reason to get excited about the possibilities of motion control.
Conclusion: Für 10 Euro kann man bei Tumble sicher nichts falschmachen. Die vielfältigen Aufgaben überzeugen, die Steuerung ist tadellos, der Preis für den Umfang, der geboten wird, top. Kann man da meckern?
Pros: Sehr gute Bewegungssteuerung ohne Ausfälle + Vielfältige Spielmodi und Aufgaben + Gelungenes Tutorial mit sehr guter deutscher Vertonung + Stereoskopisches 3D bei entsprechender Hardware
Cons: Grafik etwas zu steril - Schwierigkeitsgrad schwankend - Multiplayer hätte umfangreicher ausfallen können