(See if you can tell which ones are real)
Followup by CC: Hopefully, inclusion of this interview shows that I value all relevant feedback of substance, whether that feedback is positive or negative. There's some stuff I agree with in this review, and plenty I don't agree with. But they seem honest and I believe they called it as they saw it. I respect that. My biggest disappointment is that the reviewer said "story is a lax element in this game." Holding the bigger revelations for the last few levels was a deliberate design decision. But with Twister: Eye Level now offering a free trial and reduced price, gamers can decide for themselves.
Followup by CC: Alex did better than most people the first time he played Twister: Eye Level. He has a solid chance to be the first person to beat it after downloading it from the store.
Some totally uncompensated stranger on social media
Suzie Bartlett, Editor of Twisters of Dubious Origin Games Magazine
John Smith, Founder of SFATS (Scientists For Accurate Twister Simulations)
Commissioner Alan Hughes, Founder of PATS (Politicians Against Twister Simulations)
Tommy, impressionable child
Alexander Wells, professional cryptoid skeptic
Barry, Coffee Club Rewards Member
Helena Stinson, Director of FMCT (Foundation for Mercy, Compassion, and Tolerance)