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America - Front

America - Back

Review Scores

VGChartz Score
8.7
                         

Ratings

   

Developer

Number None Inc.

Genre

Platform

Other Versions

XBL, PSN

Release Dates

04/10/09 Number None
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04/10/09 Number None

Community Stats

Owners: 699
Favorite: 4
Tracked: 2
Wishlist: 3
Now Playing: 3
 
8.5

Avg Community Rating:

 

Latest Sales Updates

1,012,410 Machina 05th Feb 2019

Sales History

Total Sales
0.00m
Japan
0.00m
NA
0.03m
Europe
0.00m
Others
0.03m
Total
1 n/a n/a 36 13 49
2 n/a n/a 17 6 23
3 n/a n/a 52 18 70
4 n/a n/a 83 28 111
5 n/a n/a 80 28 108
6 n/a n/a 80 28 108
7 n/a n/a 97 33 130
8 n/a n/a 108 37 145
9 n/a n/a 168 57 225
10 n/a n/a 106 29 135

Shipping Total

1,012,410 Units
As of: July 1st, 2018

Opinion (3)

zexen_lowe posted 16/04/2009, 06:50
Well, I finished it, with some help of a FAQ in some places, but overall it's a very good game, and it makes you think a lot. I dunno if I'm too unimaginative or what, but I can't find any meaning to the story though.

Still, it's a very recommended game, because the puzzles are damn good
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salaminizer posted 15/04/2009, 01:44
yeah it's really cool, but not the best game ever or anything like that. I think it's extremely short too and just when a world starts to amaze you, it's over.

I have to compare it with World of Goo though, which is a fantastic example of a game that shows you a new trick in every chapter and the chapter is long enough that you really enjoy the trick.

people also said good things about the story, but I'm not really caring about it... more like, I don't give a f*** about Tim.
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zexen_lowe posted 11/04/2009, 03:25
Very hard, but the concept is increidibly cool, and it makes you feel good when you finally grab the puzzle piece that tortured you so much time.

I'm liking it so far
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