Accessible enough for everybody, Among Us coaxes out everyone’s inner psychopath and Sherlock. With short addictive bursts of gameplay that's long enough to satiate, this sleeper hit has/will become a staple in your games library and gaming nights to come.
Anyone who can rally up some friends simply needs to give Among Us a try and feel the brilliant tension that builds up within the group as trust deteriorates and everyone becomes suspicious. [12/2020, p.42]
Among Us successfully transfers the devious gameplay of in-person cloak-and-dagger games to video game form. Murder and deception on a whimsical cartoony spaceship is so much fun that the only real question is what took it so long to catch on?
Diving into Among Us, I see the charm despite its simplicity, and I can't help but to love the way this game makes me look at everyone as if they are super sus. Among Us is what it is, and unapologetically so. This year may be bad, but having fun experiences definitely isn't; Among Us provides a much-needed reprieve from reality without taking itself too seriously.
Among Us is the perfect party game to play in short bursts or in a livestreaming environment. With an addictively entertaining premise, simple controls, and a brilliant execution, if you haven’t played the game yet, you need to right now.
Unique mix of easily understandable mechanics, well-paced gameplay, depth and fun. Among Us for everyone! [Issue#307]
Among Us can definitely provide you with pleasant evenings of manipulation and treachery with friends. It has ingredients that will appeal to the greatest number with an already popular concept. However, the formula may run out of steam quickly if it does not incorporate new features. Also, let's hope that the developers come to grips with the particularly annoying server bugs. The room for improvement is wide, and there is no doubt that InnerSloth will be able to change the game by honoring the proposals it provides.