Based on 2 critics – Overal Score: 72 / 100
for epic turn-based battles against corrupted crabs and shrimps
Steev, Vahine and the rest of the Squids are in danger An infectious black
ooze is corrupting their world. Only a few heroes can fight back and save
their lush underwater kingdoms Recruit a small army of stretchy Squids and
lead them into turn-based battles against the dark hordes.
|IGM Apparently it’s better down where it’s wetter, but that was before an infection known as the black ooze started spreading across the underwater world of SQUIDS. It’s up to you and your four chosen squids to defeat the hordes and stop the spread. Players do so by launching their squids around the battlefield in turn-based combat, utilising their individual abilities and taking advantage of the lay of the land. Read Full Review||90/100|
|Ripten Perhaps it was because of the era I was born, the place I grew up, or a combination of both that I did not have marbles in my childhood. I was more of a pogs kid, so when I think of marbles today it’s usually because I’m making a lame, anachronistic joke about how youths these days are always making a ruckus with their marbles, jacks, hoop rolling and moon pies. But perhaps I’m wrong in my assumption that the little glass balls are relics of an age where child labor was accepted, as it seems French developers The Game Bakers had enough fond memories of the game to use it as the inspiration for Squids. Read Full Review||55/100|