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Submitted by Lucario 1073d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Spot It! Mean Machines Review

DHGF: For $1.99, this isn’t a bad game, but I don’t know that I would get this title for anyone over the age of, like, 8. (Which makes sense, as it seems to have been designed for that age group.) There are ten available levels, which is not bad given the price, and it provides enough of a challenge to be entertaining in short bursts. There’s a local multiplayer (local meaning hand the handheld over to someone else) option which might be fun for more well-behaved kids. (3DS, Nintendo DS, Spot It: Mean Machines) -

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