Just like its predecessor, Groove City is a bizarre and challenging experience. It's loaded with irreverent humor, which I just adore, and sports silhouetted rave-like visuals to go with its pulsing EDM soundtrack.
It isn't quite as long as Electronic Super Joy, sporting a total of 15 levels that I completed in roughly 90 minutes, but it's every bit as good. And I look forward to returning to Groove City's harsh landscape to hone my skills and rock out to the awesome music.
Groove City is currently on sale for $4.24 until June 13, when the asking price will rise to $4.99.
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