Mobile Menu Impressions has recently crash-landed on Xbox consoles, bringing its brand of chaotic, black hole-fueled fun to the living room. While it might not be a sprawling AAA title, this bite-sized experience offers a surprisingly addictive and entertaining romp for casual gamers and anyone looking for a quick pick-me-up. I have played games similar to this on my phone so was interested in trying it out on console. Let’s delve into the abyss and see what on Xbox has to offer.

The core gameplay of is delightfully simple. You control a growing black hole, navigating colorful environments and devouring everything in your path. From mailboxes to cars and even entire buildings, the more you consume, the bigger you get. This insatiable hunger translates to a surprisingly strategic loop. You constantly assess the environment, planning your path to chomp down on the most valuable objects – think buses and billboards over puny pigeons.

The simplicity extends to the controls. A single joystick steers your hole, making it easy for players of all ages and skill levels to jump in. This accessibility is a big win for, especially on Xbox where it can be a great choice for a casual game night with friends or family. Don’t be fooled by the ease of control though – mastering the art of maneuvering your ever-expanding hole to snatch that last delicious lamppost before your opponent can can add a surprising layer of depth.


While the single-player endless mode, where you race against the clock to become the biggest hole, is a fun distraction, the real joy of lies in its multiplayer offerings. Up to four players can compete on a single screen, turning the once serene streets into a battleground of black holes. The controlled chaos that ensues is both hilarious and strangely addictive. Players become locked in a constant tug-of-war, strategically blocking each other’s paths and desperately trying to gobble up the biggest objects before someone else does. The addition of power-ups like speed boosts and shields adds another layer of excitement to the mix, keeping every match dynamic and unpredictable.’s presentation is as straightforward as its gameplay. The visuals are clean and colorful, with a cartoony aesthetic that perfectly complements the lighthearted mood. The environments, while not overly detailed, offer enough variety to keep things interesting. From bustling cityscapes to snowy mountains, each map offers a unique challenge and a visual feast of things to devour.

blank on Xbox comes in at a budget-friendly price point, making it a great choice for gamers looking for a casual experience without breaking the bank. The addition of DLC packs with new skins and environments offers some post-game content, but the core gameplay loop is strong enough to keep you entertained for hours on end, especially in the company of friends or family. on Xbox might not be a revolutionary title, but it does exactly what it sets out to do – provide a simple, accessible, and utterly chaotic good time. The easy-to-learn controls, combined with the addictive multiplayer and surprisingly strategic depth, make this a great addition to any Xbox gamer’s library, especially for those looking for a fun and relaxing experience. So, fire up your Xbox, grab your friends, and prepare to unleash your inner black hole – is a surprisingly charming and entertaining hole of fun waiting to be devoured.



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blank Kevin Austin has been in gaming journalism in one way or another since the launch of the Nintendo Gamecube. Married and father of 3 children he has been gaming since the ripe age of 6 when he got his first NES system and over 30 years later he is still gaming almost daily. Kevin is also co-founder of the Play Some Video Games (PSVG) Podcast network which was founded over five years ago and is still going strong. Some of his favorite gaming series includes Fallout and Far Cry, he is a sucker for single player adventure games (hence his big reviews for Playstation), and can frequently be found getting down in one battle royale or another. If it's an oddball game, odds are he's all about it.

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