Without reading the synopsis available on the game’s site, the motives can be rather confusing. Really, though, the main draw of Ziro is the gameplay itself, so I don’t think a logical storyline is all that important in this case. What isimportant is that this game provides a lengthy, fun, challenging, and addictive gaming experience, something we don’t find in casual games nearly as much as we used to. And this very much epitomizes what makes a proper casual game: it’s fun, it’s easy to pick up and play, you can play at your own pace for as long as you like, and you can always come back for more. It isn’t perfect and perhaps it isn’t the best game available, but for just under $10, it is worth every penny.
Please read full review at Go! Gaming Giant (http://www.gogaminggiant.com/2009/12/19/ziro-review/).