Like most puzzle games, the basic gist of Gunpey is easy enough to grasp. Tiles rise up from the bottom of the screen on a timer or at your behest, each stamped with a straight or bent line, and you must vertically swap them to create lines that connect the left and right sides of a 5x10 grid. Lines may fork and zigzag, depending on how you arrange the pieces, but only paths that reach all the way from left to right will disappear.
Simple but addicting
Demands unique strategic thinking
Character-specific multiplayer attacks
Not enough variety to game modes
Graphics seem rough around the edges
Most music is downright awful
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|Description||You're frantically swapping etched tiles to create colorful lines with a stable of silly characters.|
|US censor rating||"Everyone 10+","Everyone 10+"|
|UK censor rating||"",""|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|