As you would expect from a game that’s all about music, Zeeek Free Edition has a wonderfully epic soundtrack, with music and sound effects that rival the classic Final Fantasy games in their emotion, power, flexibility, and memorability.
However, not all aspects of the game are as good as the music. For one thing, the game has been poorly translated. In fact, in some places, no translation has taken place at all. Other spots have small areas that remain partially untranslated. The game text reads as though it were translated by a website, and not by a caring person who was passionate about the game. It’s a real shame, because the rest of the game is so good.
That is, what little of it there is to play. If you like what you see in the free version, you’ll have to download the full version to get access to the complete Zeeek game without ads. It’s fun, and the gameplay itself is quite engaging. But this free edition lacks enough material to really draw in players: it’s a poor marketing tool for a game with a surprisingly good full version.
Featuring HD graphics, 36 levels, and 5 worlds to discover, Zeeek Free Edition is a promising iPhone game. To get the full effect, download the full version. In the future, the full version will reportedly include a multiplayer mode, so that is something cool to look forward to.
Zeeek Free Editionis compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.