Submitted by skynidas 2518d ago | review

GameVortex: Tak: Tojo Mistake Review

GameVortex writes: "All of these small additions to the typical 2D platformer experience make Tak: Mojo Mistake a very competitive and entertaining game for both new gamers and those looking to reminisce a little back to the days of old when all games played with this style. The alchemy strategies of combining certain objects together add another dimension to the experience as well, but since the combinations are essentially given to you, it makes for an easy addition to the game. Unfortunately, this 2D version of the popular Tak franchise doesn't offer a whole lot of different levels, as you will end up revisiting the same areas multiple times because this platformer is more mission-based. When all is said and done, however, Tak: Mojo Mistake is a worthy title that fans of the series and fans of platformers in general should be willing to check out". (Nintendo DS, Tak Mojo Mistake) 80/100

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