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Submitted by Deeke 486d ago | review

Aero Porter 3DS Review | GAMINGtruth.com

GAMINGtruth's own Senior Editor Greg Bargas delivers the verdict on Aero Porter, a newly released title on Nintendo's eShop online digital platform for the 3DS handheld system.

"Aero Porter shapes itself to be a puzzler/strategy game based in an airport. It’s as fun as it sounds.

The game has focuses on the sorting and conveyor belts of an airport. With the replay value not very high, much like the fun factor, it doesn’t go beyond a single playthrough to get the game. I realize I won’t ever get that time back, which is a shame.

Much like a minimum wage grunt part-time job, I was wondering what I was doing putting in the time for something not worth my time. The game doesn’t have a lot to it and should be avoided at all costs." (3DS, Aero Porter) 1.5/10

Deeke  +   486d ago
Making a game about an airport usually isn't a good idea XD
SirNintend0  +   486d ago
Or a game about an airport that lacks planes.

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