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Developer: Ernest Szoka
Content Rating: Teen
Only One is an epic arena style sword fighting game where you grab a magic sword declaring yourself the 'Only One' and then proceed to push and destroy waves of enemies off a pillar in the sky. You don't fight for glory, you fight to survive!
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But that the enemies do try to do that shows just how smart the AI is here: it’s not comprised of geniuses, but it is full of enemies that do intelligent things. Really, Only One is so much better than it should be based on how it looks and sounds; but thanks to the depth of its combat and fun features, it’s a must-play.
If you can ignore the pop-ups and the nudging to look at the store, you’ll probably get a good chunk of time out of Only One. I played through the game on my Nexus 7 tablet and had no trouble utilizing the controls, but I could see how it might cause issues for smartphone users with large hands and fingers. Considering that Only One is free-to-play, it can’t hurt to give it a try.
Only One is a thick brew of simple ingredients. Its a weighty meal delivered in snack-sized portions, a veritable buffet of sword-swinging treats, surprises, and tragic-yet-timely ends. A brilliantly paced, sharp-edged brawler that isn't afraid of a bit of silliness. Only One is well worth a play.