- Need to switch between colour triggers adds challenge and excitement.
- Excellent soundtrack and presentation.
- Extremely compulsive.
- Difficulty ramps up pretty quickly.
If you can overcome the learning curve, Neurokult's fantastic riff on the match-three genre will have your neurones fizzing like a Mentos-powered soda rocket.
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Playing Neurokult is a stressful experience. Not stressful in a bad, 'the kids need new shoes and I spent my last paycheck fixing that leaky pipe in the water closet' way. The good kind of the stressful, where you're trying to keep 20 neon plates spinning as you dash barefooted between them on a moving electrified conveyor belt.
Behind its computer chip aesthetic and hacker terminology, Neurokult is colour-matching puzzler. Each level presents you with a wall of coloured discs travelling from left to right. You have to try and keep the screen clear by choosing a colour from the palette on the left, and tapping the corresponding discs, thereby deleting them.
If you want to start racking up the high scores, you'll want to drag your finger through several like-coloured discs at a time, deleting them all in one go. To make things more challenging, bombs also glide onto the field of play. Tap or swipe one of these and your colour-matching days are over.
It's the need to constantly use the palette to switch between colours before swiping which makes Neurokult more challenging than some of its peers. As you are forced to switch shade so quickly and so frequently, it can easy to forget which colour you have selected, and find yourself wearing away your health bar by targeting the wrong discs.
Surviving long enough to beat the clock and finish each level requires a ninja reflexes and brow-furrowing levels of concentration. Once you've beaten the levels and bested the bosses (which, like bombs, must be avoided), you can attack them again to complete a series of micro-challenges.
Though initially daunting, Neurokult quickly sucks you in its compulsive loop of tapping, switching, and swiping. It's not all smooth sailing - you'll be zapping discs with monk-like serenity one minute, and pawing impotently at your tear-streaked iPhone the next. However, if you've got the stones, then Neurokult will get your neurones fizzing like a mentos-powered soda rocket.
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NEUROKULT is an arcade touch ’em up that requires quick reactions and intuition. The thrilling and absorbing gameplay constantly challenges your ability to stay focused and act instinctively.
"It is, in short, pretty damn good" - Pocketgamer
"The game really is a masterpiece." - TouchTapPlay, 9/10
"Neurokult is fun challenging game that' s worth your time" - Indie Game Enthusiast
"If you can overcome the learning curve, Neurokult's fantastic riff on the match-three genre will have your neurones fizzing like a Mentos-powered soda rocket." - Appspy, 5/5
//ABOUT THE GAME
The game, set in a cyberpunk universe, comes with handcrafted effects and a unique tailor-made minimal electronic soundtrack which result in an immersive audio-visual journey.
NEUROKULT can be described as a child of REZ and Polara mixed with a fast-paced Bejeweled. The gameplay-mechanic is perfectly adapted to touch devices. You are a voyager immerging into an uncharted neurospace. On your journey you are confronted with defense mechanisms, neurobombs and nerve-racking boss battles that vary in every stage. The constantly changing patterns and gameplay variations force you to adapt your strategy and improve your reactions permanently.
• Exclusive for iOS devices
• No further In App Purchases. This game is about your skills, not your wallet
• Fast-paced audio-visual gameplay
• Sixteen varying stages to learn and master
• Five cinematic storyline panels
• Five nerve-racking boss fights
• Tailor-made minimal electronic soundtrack by mekoor
• Unlockable endless mode
• Gamecenter achievements and leaderboards
What's New in Version 1.02- iOS 5.x Loading Bug fixed
- you can now turn on and off additional effects to play fluently on old devices