It’s previously released on Nintendo Switch but now the time has come for Neonwall to hit the big time – a release on Xbox One, PC PS4 and all manner of VR formats.
Available to purchase and download right now from the Xbox Store (or your own favoured digital shop), Neonwall mixes shooting and puzzling with a whole ton of neon as you try to make your way through a wonderful world, finding the solutions to puzzles and overcoming obstacles in the process.
Priced up at £8.39 you’ll not to use all your brain power as you help a small ball make its way through a daring maze, utilising the power of two lasers in order to open doors, break blocks and change the colour of the ball when needed.
- Drag, change color & shoot with your VR controllers.
- Three game modes. Runner, Puzzle & Time trial.
- More than 50 levels in 3D.
- Support for different game controllers modes.
- With or Without VR Support (Not required)
Should you be looking for a little brain teaser and fancy something slightly different from the norm, then Neonwall may well be worth a little look. The Xbox Store will sort you out for a download, but should you need a little more convincing, will find our full review heading your way in the days ahead.
Travel through a world of neon, solving puzzles and overcoming obstacles. This experience requires focus, concentration, and timing to let the ball rolling as fast as you can. Remember… in a world made of neons… you will need balls to survive. Neonwall is an innovative game that mixes the genres of puzzle and action to develop an addictive and frenetic gameplay. You do not handle the ball, you interact with it and the world around it. The objective is to take the ball to the goal avoiding the obstacles that block the way. The way to interact in the game is with two colored lasers controlled with the joystick, the lasers can break blocks, move them and most importantly exchange the color with the neon ball. The color in Neonwall is very important! The ball moves faster, opens doors on the floor and walls of its color. Lasers only interact with elements of the same color. In short you have three colors have to be exchanged between the lasers and the ball, if done correctly and accurately victory is a possibility.