Review by Kerith Busby
Tied Together is one of the most interesting games I have ever had the pleasure to be asked to review, I mean how often do you get
It is a party puzzle game where 2-4 players are roped together and you need to utilise jumps, burrow in to the wall or floor and swinging each other around the level to unlock padlocks with keys or just traversing spikes and lava to get to the end of the level, or then again you could always just troll your friends and anchor yourself to the floor as they all try to jump that lava or knock someone off the edge onto spikes.
In Tied Together you are playing as 2-4 of the colourful and unique lab monsters depending how many of you are planning to help these little guys face the challenges of a bright and colourful world as they unknowingly take part, all because they silly scientists want to see if the can make it on there own
I started this up at home and realized I needed a friend to play with so rang a mate and we headed off to the pub and let the fun commence, before we knew it we had spent a good couple of hours laughing, joking, giving each other abuse and trying not to throw, drop or smack each other into lava or spikes.
The levels in Tied Together are short but are done on time trial to get different medals, the
9/10 – highlight of this is definitely trolling your friends at just the right moment that create something amazing as my mate discovered as I turned him in to a lab monster windmill 😂
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