English Country Tune
It's enormous fun and tests the old grey matter, even if you do find yourself shouting at the game on a regular basis.
English Country Tune Review
by on January 3, 2013
We don’t really know why it’s called English Country Tune. The best theory we’ve heard is that the name fits the initials ECT, short for electroconvulsive therapy, which is definitely what English Country Tune feels like at times.
It starts off gentle, as you push balls around a 3D plane towards goal points, but then it brings the third dimension into play, complete with gravity that’s entirely relative to your orientation. That is, you have to think about where you’re pushing balls in case they fall, entirely correctly, upwards. Once you’ve got your head around that, it throws fresh complications at you, such as light-emitting blocks that you push around by their light beams.
It’s a real brain-batterer that will completely stump you sooner or later; you’ll need some patience.
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