Submitted by jjdoyle 887d ago | review

Review – Super Little Acorns 3D Turbo (NintendoFuse)

"Players take control of Mr. Nibbles as he runs, jumps, swings, and flips through the air collecting acorns, fruit, taking down those roaming robbers of the forest, all within a set amount of time. You’ll start off the first few levels, just learning the basics behind your goals and how to achieve them. Then, after a few levels, you’ll gain access to your rope, which allows you to grapple to certain points and swing around with reckless abandon! Overall, the gameplay is incredibly and delightfully simple. In an effort to be transparent and fair, I’d like to point out that there is a very minor learning curve while adjusting to the slightly loose controls of Mr. Nibbles and his rope, but I assure you it will not impede your progress or your fun.", writes NintendoFuse. (3DS, Super Little Acorns 3D Turbo) 9.5/10

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