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Submitted by s8anicslayer 84d ago | review

Siesta Fiesta Review | DigitalChumps

There’s something cathartic about grabbing a paddle and bouncing a rubber ball repeatedly into the air. A person might see how many times they can do it before the ball hits a ground. Another might see how high a peak they can make the ball reach. Others – those with untold skill – may get multiple balls into the air. Whatever your challenge, it’s hard to deny the sheer accessibility and joy of this quaint combo. (3DS, Siesta Fiesta) 8.4/10

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