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Submitted by jjdoyle 700d ago | review

Kersploosh! Review (Nintendo-Okie)

"Everybody at some point in their life has probably thrown money into a fountain, down a drain or maybe into a well. Some people have probably made a game out of it by trying to hit certain parts of the fountain or land in a particular spot. My grandparents actually had an old dry well in their backyard and I spent hours throwing chunks of dirt or rocks down there. I don’t remember having to dodge 2×4’s, cookies or doughnuts to get a rock to the bottom of the well, though. The developers at Poisoft have decided that people need to be able to take this pastime with them wherever they go courtesy of Kersploosh!", writes Nintendo-Okie. (3DS, Kersploosh) 1/5

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