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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1003d ago | review

NWR: Crashmo Review

NWR: Pushmo was the first 3DS eShop game to demonstrate the potential of Nintendo’s download platform. The Intelligent Systems-developed block-pushing game was deep, challenging, and addictive. The sequel, Crashmo, is surprisingly different despite having the same general presentation. Instead of the mammoth monoliths you had to solve in Pushmo, Crashmo generally presents simpler structures, though they are, for the most part, far more difficult. (3DS, Crashmo) 9/10

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