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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 732d ago | review

GameZebo: Pota-Toss World Tour Review

GameZebo: The success of Angry Birds means that there will inevitably be copycats, and the fact of the matter is there have been plenty to grace the App Store already. In the case of Pota-Toss World Tour, it's the latest in a long line of spinoffs with just enough differences to make it feel unique yet still derivative. Despite its predecessor's focus on GPS-based levels and intriguing locales, the follow-up feels stunted and more than a little lazy. Perhaps the potatoes featured in Pota-Toss World Tour are actually couch potatoes rather than the adventurous spuds seen in action in the original game. (iPad, iPhone, Pota-Toss World Tour) 3/5

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