MotionX Poker Quest Review

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We have been no strangers when playing around with the MotionX family, and with their new release of Motionx Poker Quest, their graphics are even more phenomenal if you can believe it.  Take a look at the photo below.  Every little detail has been perfected from the dirt on the ground, to the hieroglyphics.  This kind of perfection is found throughout the whole game. 5 Stars.

First Impressions:
Our first impressions were quite well, impressive.  Fullpower (the company who created the app) did an astounding job with graphics and transitions, making sure everything from clicking on help, to just starting the game is smooth and pleasing.  The app is eye candy at first sight.  Unfortunately, the scanty help button is great and detailed, but not that interactive.  This is not a big deal, but I hope Fullpower makes an update with an interactive tutorial teaching you what to do, and what is what, etc.  Other than that, the game is fun at first sight. 4 Stars.

The aesthetics in this game is truly phenomenal.  Unlike other iPhone apps from FullPower, this one has been spruced up with intricate temple designs and beautiful calligraphy that adds a unique touch in game play.  Check out the video below to see how polished this application is. 5 stars.

Reuse Value:
One of the most important things that most reviewers don’t talk about is how often then actually reuse an app, and surprisingly, a lot of 5 star games end up being little icon decorations sitting on the iPhone and never looked at again, so I counted how many times I opened MotionX Poker Quest for fun, and not for review purposes.  I got the game 2 days ago, and have played it about 9 times which adds up to a total of 3 hours of gameplay which shows that this games is addicting.  Fullhouse really did a good job creating prizes, different temples, and dice packs you win as you progress in the game.  This game is a great buy even in the long run. Therefore it gets a 5 out of 5 in reusability. 5 Stars.

Final Verdict:
With 12 temples in total to unlock, intricate designs and stunning graphics, there is nothing to worry about when purchasing MotionX Poker Quest.  The game is available in the app store  for the introductory price of $2.99.  They also have a Lite version that is available for free, but only has the first 2 temples are available.  It is definitely an amazing game and gets a 5 out of 5 stars.


6 Responses

  1. Love it! Went straight to the app store and got it on my touch.. this is way cool!!!! Best graphics that I’ve seen in an iPhone app.!

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