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Submitted by geekwithtanlines 709d ago | review

Warp Zoned: Aero Porter Review: You’ll Never Look At Luggage the Same Way Again

Warp Zoned writes:

If you had told me a few weeks ago that a game about sorting luggage for an airport was addictively fun, I wouldn’t have believed you. But now that I’ve played Aero Porter for hours without being able to put it down, I fully understand how much fun it can be. Level-5’s luggage-sorting game, downloadable from the 3DS eShop, is quick and easy, yet also challenging. A collaboration between Level-5 and designer Yoot Saito, Aero Porter is one of those simple-to-learn, hard-to-master puzzle games, in which you must at first separate luggage by color, and then later work around the added complications the game throws at you. Is this tiny game worth the $4.99 price tag? (3DS, Aero Porter) A-/A+

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