Review: Dust

I just discovered this really cool game/particle simulator from my friend while I was on his computer. It’s called “Dust”.

What the game lets you do is basically manipulate and drop particles of all sorts, like powder, fireworks, stone, and even explosives such as C4 and Nitroglycerin. The game also features two-player mode so that you can navigate your game. There’s also fighters, boxes, fans, and a lot of cool features that make it worth trying out. It can be quite addicting, and there are many cool combinations of particles. Plus, if you are a Mac user, you can try out user-submitted levels created with the game. Some of them are really cool. With Dust, the possibilities are endless.

I give this game a 10/10, which is the highest rating I’ve ever given, and I definitely want you to try it out. You can find the game here.

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3 thoughts on “Review: Dust”

  1. Nice review. but I think that giving it a complete 10/10 is sort of going to far. It is a great game and can keep you entertained for hours, but there are flaws. For example, Windows users (from my experience (I tried it on five different Windows computers (Two of my schools’ Windows computers, my work computer, my home PC, and my Windows 7 on my Mac))) aren’t able to use player submitted things.

    Other than that, there are a few control issues when you are using the characters.

    I would give it a 9.5. It’s an amazing particle game, but not perfect.

    –Dimitri G.

    P.S. Deathgleaner, when you have a character, you can put different objects (water, lazer, dust, etc.) onto the characters head. This changes the color of their heads. After that, when you press the down key, you can actually shoot that item. Let’s say I drop water on my character. I then can shoot out water from the character using the down key. 🙂

    1. 10/10 doesn’t necessarily mean it’s perfect. On my scale, a 0 is epic fail and a 10 is awesome. If I were to grade everything in life as a meter of perfection, then nothing would get a 10/10.

      1. Exactly. I just figured that by ten (like most people for some reason) you meant that its flawless. 11 is flawless. Nothing is flawless, though.

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