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Submitted by jjdoyle 688d ago | review

Review: Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move (ONM)

"Five games in and you'd think NST would have run out of ways to mix Mini-Marios with Lemmings-style puzzling, but it has pulled at least one more from behind DK's bow tie for Mario And Donkey Kong: Minis On The Move.

In addition to borrowing elements from DMA Design's side-scrolling critter bloodbath, this time the developer has been inspired by Pipemania, by Tetris and probably by an incident at a brainstorming session in which Pipemania and Tetris cartridges hit the lead designer on the back of the head. We're very glad that happened - sorry about the bump - because it's resulted in another compelling, cleverly realised and challenging set of wind-up puzzles.", writes OfficialNintendoMagazine. (3DS, Mario & Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move) 82/100

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