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rated 3.06 / 5 stars
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Jun 11, 2015 | 9:44 AM EDT

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The IT scientists have developed a new anti-virus robot. It can destroy all types of viruses: Trojans, worms and others. Lead the antivirus kernel through the file systems of different computers and clear them from viruses. Use only mouse to move. Good luck!

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mdudegamermdudegamer

Rated 4 / 5 stars

While the premise of deleting viruses has been used in other games, the personalities of the robot and box help it feel original. The comments after a level is finished are funny and variable, though the cut-offs in the text are rather annoying. One thing I should point out is that several times, I've managed to complete a level quicker than the "best" number of steps, yet it's treated as a bad thing by the robot. Despite the aforementioned two errors, overall the game is fun to play, and I find myself returning to it even though I've got the medal already.



MthSMthS

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good game, but a few reproaches here and there :
- the game lacks an Undo button to just erase the last move, and an option to cancel animations and make the game faster : having to wait for the end of a slow displacement can be irritating, especially when you just thought of a possible solution and want to see if it works ;
- on level 16, the best possible score is 7, not 8 (and I immediately found this solution, so... it felt weird) ; on level 19, it's 8, not 9 ; on level 22, it's 13, not 14 ;
- some levels feel like they are not in good order ; for instance, level 10 is incredibly easy after nice tough level 9 ;
- some kind of tedium factor came to play around level 25, as there are levels that I feel have plenty of possible solutions that you just have to explore in order to find the minimal one ;
- finally, it lacks real achievements ! Getting 10 stars out of 30 is pretty simple ; there should at least be a 20-star achievement, then an all-stars achievement for completionists like me. Why not think of other achievements that could just get the player going on, like reaching mid-game (with or without the stars), spending an hour on the game, or anything else? Just add some more medals :)
Overall, a very solid variant on Sokoban-type games, though!


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ionraynerionrayner

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Interesting game, really fun, but where did the other medals go? I only see the easiest, the one for getting 10 stars.



curiosityspooncuriosityspoon

Rated 4 / 5 stars

For some reason, you're not giving a star for a solution that comes in under the target--only "exactly equals" the target, and that's just poor anticipation. For example, level 19 has a target of 9 moves but can be done in 8; a perfect solution does not give the reward.


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OneWhoListensOneWhoListens

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Not terribly original, but well executed, so it's fun to play. And I love the color scheme.