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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 571d ago | review

Nintendo Life: Color Commando Review

Nintendo Life: Quirky, innovative puzzle-platformers are becoming something of a calling card for Goodbye Galaxy Games, and this latest release fits nicely into that oeuvre. The final panel in a DSiWare triptych that includes the Flipper series and Ace Mathician, Color Commando similarly revolves around manipulating the environment — here via magical paint — to reach your goal. It's puzzle-platforming performance art, and it's fantastically fun. (Color Commando, Nintendo DS) 8/10

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