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Submitted by rajeanak25 862d ago | review

'Super Bomb Drop DX' Review - As Fun As It Sounds

"For an industry that loves explosions, bomb-dropping is a weirdly overlooked mechanic in videogames. Most gaming bombs are either relegated to secondary attacks, or deployed by aerial antagonists rather than being player-controlled. Thankfully, one-man developer Take Two Tablets has the perfect antidote for this, in the form of newly-released Android game Super Bomb Drop DX. As you may have guessed, it’s all about dropping bombs!" - Matt Suckley (Mobile, Super Bomb Drop DX) 89/100

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