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Submitted by Jamiex66 535d ago | review

Nutty Fluffies Review | Analog Addiction

Analog Addiction writes:"We recently informed you that Nutty Fluffies is now free for all iPhone and Android users. Hot on the heels of that announcement, we felt it was only appropriate to provide you with a review of the game to give you an idea of whether or not this title is worth your time to download.

The goal in Nutty Fluffies is very straight forward: build and complete all of the roller coasters. The game itself is split up into different levels with numerous stages inside each of those levels. In order to build the next roller coaster, you need to possess a certain number of coins, obtained by playing already unlocked stages and collecting hearts throughout your ride. The stages increase in difficulty as you progress further into the game, and you begin to accumulate various different types of riders you can place in the seats before you play each stage. " (iPhone, Nutty Fluffies) 7.5/10

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