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Submitted by Wiiloveit 600d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Spot It! Mean Machines - DSiWare Review

"When you're on a deadline or in a rush, the last thing you need is to be searching a cluttered room for something you can't leave home without. It may get your adrenalin up, but there's really nothing fun about being put in that sort of a situation. And yet, publishers and authors (of children's books especially) have been able to turn such circumstances into an engrossing activity. Naturally, this has carried over to videogames as well, and Spot It! Mean Machines is one of the more recent additions to the Hidden Object genre to try and make magic happen through these methods. It may not be unforgettable in what it does or breathe new life into an established model, but just like the entry that came before it, Spot It! Mean Machines is a decent pick for those who enjoy picking out finer details in relatively disorganized spaces." -- Wiiloveit.com (Nintendo DS, Spot It: Mean Machines) 63/100

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