Boomerang X Review
Posted: 6 days ago, last updated 3 days ago.
Play incorporates the usual running and jumping of platform games, but augments this with a flowing teleporting motion made possible by your weapon. Once you've thrown it, you can slingshot directly to it, preserving momentum and throwing yourself through the air. You can use the slow down time feature to hone well-aimed throws to get around, above, and behind your foes. As you progress you upgrade your boomerang with new and powers.
The result is a frantic skill-based game with b-movie aesthetics. From your mummified character to the bowels of ruined civilization you explore, it's a game with a strong sense of style. Something lurks deep underneath these ruined halls, spewing corruption, it's up to you to defeat whatever it is.
The game offers a full High Contrast mode, as well as the ability to only highlight required enemies in high contrast via Accessibility Options. The boomerang charge ability can be set to Hold or Toggle under Accessibility Options.
Shield, Required Enemy, and Weak Point colours can all be adjusted under Accessibility Options.
Our Boomerang X Accessibility Report details 22 accessibility features:
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