Flowing Lights on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review / First Impressions

Flowing Lights Flowing Lights is a new game which feels rather like a shoot-em-up version of an old Xbox 360 game called Rez, giving you a hint of a challenge whilst looking damn cool.

Check out my gameplay of the two levels I’ve attempted so far (check out the gameplay below), in order to get more of a handle about how it works (it’s far easier than trying to describe it), but the game does state that there’s 200 ‘fights’ (basically, each zone you can select), and with around 25 fights to a level, I made that 8 levels to work through. However, there are 10… so I checked again, and the numbers do vary as the levels go on.

Some ‘fights’ are straight forward, while some are a nightmare to figure out, but quite a fun nightmare. Rest assured, you need to have your wits about you, and be ready NOT to just give up – which is VERY easy to want to do.

Meanwhile, you can be ranked A, B, C or S (the best) for every fight, so if you really want to 100% this, then you’ll certainly get your money’s worth out of a game that’s retailing for a penny under £9.

Flowing Lights is out now on PC/Steam.

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Important info:

  • Developer: gFaUmNe
  • Publisher: gFaUmNe
  • Players: single-player