Submitted by jjdoyle 1104d ago | review

Hiku Otsu Review - NintendoWorldReport

"Can Intelligent Systems deliver another puzzle hit?

Crashmo, known as Hiku Otsu in Japan, is the direct sequel to last year’s eShop puzzler, Pushmo. Released October 31 in Japan and coming to Europe and North America soon (November 15 and November 22, respectively) Crashmo is similar to Pushmo, but has enough new elements to make it a fresh experience.

Those familiar with Pushmo should feel right at home with Crashmo. The game is all about pushing and pulling blocks to reach the top of a structure. This time around, though, protagonist Mallo isn’t saving trapped children, but collecting 100 birds to help a new character, Poppy, get home. New to Crashmo is the element of gravity, which makes blocks fall if nothing supports them. This simple addition changes how you solve puzzles, and keeps the gameplay fresh despite the familiar look.", writes NintendoWorldReport. (3DS, Hiku Otsu) 9/10

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