Submitted by Wiiloveit 812d ago | review

Robot Rescue 3D Review | Wiiloveit

"For some, an attachment to open mechanics may overrule interest in experiences sustained by highly defined terms. I often consider myself to be in that crowd. It's very rewarding to break from set parameters and explore indistinct ways of reaching solutions, even while the methods used for accomplishing such may not be overly unique. For that reason, Teyon's Robot Rescue series has been something of a small hit with me, entering its third installment with Robot Rescue 3D. Though having transitioned to a platform with higher performance capabilities, glamour is still completely alien to it. But its fairly steady rate of clever puzzle designs makes up for that." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Robot Rescue 3D) 70/100

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