Can you survive An Unholy Return: The 31 Games of Halloween?
Ink Reviewed by Cyril Lachel on . Ink takes a genre we're all familiar with and gives it a fresh coat of paint by turning everything invisible. While that may sound frustrating, it actually makes for a charming new platformer at a reasonable price. I do wish the gameplay was a bit tighter and there was a little more variety in the obstacles, but fans of the genre won't be let down by the inventive stage designs. It's hard to see at first, but Ink is worth playing. Rating: 64%