Twisted Hillbarry is finally available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
It’s a fun little game with lots of unique elements, but it has some problems.
First off, it’s only playable with the PlayStation 4 Pro, and even that only supports the standard 2K resolution.
Second, Twisted Hillbars gameplay is pretty standard.
You have a bar that’s full of pies, and you have to beat it to the end.
You can beat it by simply rolling, but there’s a catch: you have two pies to beat and you’re only allowed to use one at a time.
That means you can’t roll the bar over and over.
Third, you can only roll once per bar, which means you’ll have to go over and back through your bars to make the final pie.
The best part is that, once you’ve made it through the first bar, you’ll get a second pie.
That way, you don’t need to restart your bar each time you hit a new bar.
The game has a fairly short tutorial, which includes a video walkthrough.
I played the game on PlayStation Pro and found the controls to be fairly intuitive, but I wasn’t able to play the game in 1080p with full 360 degree movement.
The controls aren’t perfect though.
While I think that’s a minor quibble, the controller doesn’t have an “X” for the up and down arrows.
In the video, you’re shown a series of “X’s” to guide you in the right direction.
It does seem to be working for me, though.
Overall, Twisted Hills is a fun game, but at times it’s not quite as intuitive as it could be.
It is a very accessible title, and while I didn’t like the controls, I really enjoyed the way that it was crafted.
Twisted Hillborys gamepad is surprisingly good, but the controls are just okay, so if you’re a hardcore player of Twisted Hillgames gamepad, you might not like Twisted Hills gamepad.