The fun of dodging knives, collecting coins, and donning costumes makes 150 Points to Love easy to love.
The graphics in 150 Points to Love are nothing less than pixel art. The game does with a few pixels, what many can’t even do when their graphics near photo-realism: capture the imagination. There is a surprising amount of detail included in the game, including Santa Claus, satellite dishes, airplanes, snowmen, candy canes, and Japanese snack food.
150 Points to Love offers four levels of difficulty (Easy, Medium, Hard, and Hyper) and all must be complete to beat the game. Reaching 150 points to release the yellow rabbit sounds like a walk in the park, but with the speed ever increasing and knives flying at the character, players will quickly learn that it isn’t so easy, especially in hyper mode. The audio complements the visual and will bring many players back to the early days of gaming. Boss battles mix up the running aspects of the game and are a refreshing change of pace. Over all, the game is a test of reflexes and offers a real challenge.
The game in original and the replay value is solid given the number of levels of difficulty and fun challenge it provides, and is well worth the $1.19 it currently costs to download.
150 Points To Love – Jump! Dodge! Avoid! Push yourself to the limit and go for it! Use powerups and reach 150 points to free your lover!
- Make a new record on Endless mode! How far can you go?
- Accept this challenge and try your reflexes!
- 4 difficulty levels