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Mobile Game Reviews: Let's Talk Just Slide

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NimbleThor

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I'm a man on a Mobile Gaming Quest (MGQ) to play a new mobile game every day, documenting my first impressions here and on YouTube. Below is the latest episode. Here's a quick overview of all games I've covered so far.

Using your thumbs, you move each side of a red line up and down, on which our slime-like character slides back and forth, as you attempt to avoid red rectangles and collect orange triangles. Simple, right?

No! Just Slide is a super difficult arcade game with a great visual style, no monetization apart from incentivized video ads (used to unlock new character skins), and and normal mode, boss battles, as well as an endless mode.

The game's fun and challenging and definitely worth a try.

My thoughts on Just Slide:


Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.FunnyStoryHa.JustSlide
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1341709431

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