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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 824d ago | review

MTV-Tokyo Crash Mobs Review

MTV:If you've ever sat around thinking "I wish "Zuma" was weirder," well Nintendo sure has a surprise for you. Building on the core mechanics of the action/puzzle games like "Magnetica" and the aforementioned "Zuma", "Tokyo Crash Mobs" takes clearing out a snaking line of oncoming colors to a whole new level. Developed by the Mitchell Corporation, this new take on the advancing color, action-puzzle genre comes from the developer that came up with the original concept way back in 1998 with "Puzz Loop." (3DS, Tokyo Crash Mobs) -

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