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Submitted by -Mezzo- 701d ago | review

GameZebo - Blitz Block Robo Review

GameZebo - The fundamentals of match-3 games have become so universal in the industry today, that even robots are now getting their bolts and antennas in on all of the fun. Blitz Block Robo takes traditional match-3 concepts and fuses them together with an interesting sliding mechanic, which results in a somewhat flexible, but still inherently rigid game board and player experience. But if robots are supposed to be good with such calculated maneuvers and automatic non-emotive actions as matching colors, then why does this latest spin on the successful genre feel like just another glitch in the overarching match-3 system? (Blitz Block Robo, iPad, iPhone) 2/5

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