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GameTap: Boom Blox Review

Nevertheless, Boom Blox is still a worthy purchase for Wii owners. It's one of those rare family games that doesn't fall into the genres of minigame collection or rhythm title, and your seven-year-old kid will have as much fun as you do.

Pros: Single-player and multiplayer are equally as fun; good bronze/silver/gold passing system; healthy level editor that will engross creative types.

Cons: Levels don't build on themselves the way they do in great puzzle games; bad placement of pop-up windows in some levels; annoying unasked-for hints.

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