Friday, December 10, 2004

Grid Iron

That's the name of a nice game - nice, because the look and feel is cheezy and anachronistic. And thus endearing. One thinks of a English construction site, circa 1950s - with vaguely jazzy horn music mixed in. Then they've got some robot in there - which is not quite in the spirit of Attlee-era Britain. Still, when you've got Grid Iron, do you need another Tetris ripoff?