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Review NOON

Ollie Green
Perfect soundtrack, neat graphics, addictive game play, simple controls
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Tick tock, tick tock, the clock is ticking in NOON for Android... In fact, lots of clocks will be ticking, and if you don't act fast enough, time will defeat you, and the game will end.
In this game, a clock will be displayed on screen. One of the hands will spin around quickly, and you will need to tap the clock every time it matches up with the other hand on the clock, which will be staying still. As you play this game, more clocks will be added, and eventually you will be forced to control the hands of three or four different clocks at once.
The moving hand on each clock will do four rotations before the clock is destroyed, and at this point the game will end. If you mess up your timing or miss the right moment to tap on a clock the game will also be ended. When there are multiple clocks on screen, things can become very hectic, as you can imagine.
To make things even more difficult, the clocks will all move at varying speeds, so trying to predict the movements of each clock is nearly impossible. The static hand on each clock will also be in different positions, making more potential room for mistakes. When it comes to the interface, graphics and sound, you'll be impressed. The interface is very minimal, and with the tap of a button you'll immediately begin playing. The sounds and music are also very fitting for the frantic time-based gameplay.
NOON is free, but there are adverts. You can spend on an in-app purchase to remove ads completely.

Final ratings

Gameplay 10/10
Story 6/10
Graphics 8/10
Sound 8/10
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