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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 692d ago | review

Slam Bolt Scrappers Review | Geekenstein

"The object of Slam Bolt Scrappers is to destroy your opponent's tower before he destroys yours. The thing is, you can't do the damage yourself (well, not without a power-up anyway), so it's up to you to build weapons and gadgets to both defense and to give yourself an offensive edge. Both weapons and gadgets are created when you successfully create a block of 4 or more of the same coloured blocks and with one exception are controlled automatically. Now, this would be all well and good if all you had to do was just stack blocks and hope for the best, but no, you have to fight little monsters to gain the blocks, and aside from the colour of the enemy you have no idea what shape of block you're going to get." - Shane Peltzer of Geekenstein.com (PC, PS3, Slam Bolt Scrappers) 3.5/5

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