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"Very clever... the art style is fantastic."
- AppAdvice review
"Unique and challenging... the visuals are fantastic and retro in a way, the music is delightful, and the controls are intuitive."
- Grab It review
"Genuinely fun to navigate... quite visually impressive."
- TouchArcade review
"Does well in both short sessions and longer sit-down plays... I really enjoyed my time with the game."
- AppAddict review
"Frenetic, and frustrating in a very good way as you try to race the clock but still have the cool hands of a surgeon."
- Gamezebo review
"[A] unique puzzle experience that simultaneously calms you down while causing your heart to pitter-patter during its more intense moments."
- Codec Moments review
[9/10 - "Amazing"] "Beautiful and enchanting... also features the most amazing synthpop soundtrack I've heard in a while."
- CNET best games of the month
"A sweet, minimalist arcade game... deeply satisfying."
- Review Fix interview
"Unique and mega-colorful... one of the most addicting and intriguing upcoming puzzlegames in recent memory."
- Gamezebo review
"A brilliant mix of an arcade shooter, a music game, and a twitchy mobile gem. And it all works wonderfully."
- Android Authority review
"One of the simplest, most addicting mobile games we've played... Easy to learn, simple to play, yet challenging enough to hold your attention for hours."
- MobiPlayTime review
[5/5 stars] "A fantastic arcade game... Fresh, new game feeling - something not seen before."
- PocketGamer best of the year
"Like Ikaruga if Ikaruga was created by a masochistic pacifist... among the best arcade games to come out on mobile this year."
- Wall Street Journal profile
"Has a cult following on the Internet. It has been viewed more than 2.5 million times."
- Nintendo Player interview
"Seeing those eight-bit tapper girls doing the Charleston is like something out of a dream."
- Kotaku review
"We're enjoying a new, 8-bit take on one of the greatest novels of the 20th century."
- AV Club review
[Grade: A] "Everything in Gatsby services its 8-bit inspiration: The screen is laid out like Ninja Gaiden, graphics are charmingly simple, the music recreates frantic ragtime in retro tones. It all works."
- The Rumpus interview
"Initially it really was just a gag, but as time went on I was spending more and more time 'play testing'"