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Rating: 3.8/5 (50 votes)
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JeremyRomeo GOGOAh, marriage. If you're so inclined, you've probably had your share of difficult in-laws, skyrocketing wedding costs, and unfair laws blocking the road to wedded bliss. But have you ever had to sneak past sword-wielding guards, pesky ladies-in-waiting, and make deals with large green ogres just to see your beloved? In Romeo GOGO!, a charming new physics puzzler by Flashchaz and Rocanten, you must navigate Romeo through 32 separate stages before you can finally put that diamond ring on your Juliet's finger.

Press [spacebar] to move Romeo forward. Use left-click and hold to blow bubbles to bridge gaps, levitate, or push enemies out of the way. Press [C] to summon a lightning bolt to break wooden planks, light cannons, and ignite bombs and press [Z] to send an anvil raining down from the sky on awestruck enemy knights. There is more than one way to beat each level and when you do, you will receive a satisfying smooch from your betrothed.

Romeo GOGO! features charming graphics, a cute story, and a forgiving learning curve, which will make this otherwise lovely game too easy for some players. But for the 9-to-5 warriors out there in need of a light chuckle, Romeo GOGO! will provide some nice coffee break distraction and water cooler conversation long after the honeymoon is over.

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Just thought you should know the url in the link from the picture is missing a '.com'.

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Short and easy, but fun and funny! I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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