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Game review
35 Junior Games
Entertainment for little people
by Peter Willington 1/2/2013
Product: 35 Junior Games
Developer: cerasus.media
Publisher: cerasus.media
Format: 3DS
Genre: Casual, Collection, Puzzle
Players: 1
Version: Europe
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"Totally serviceable" isn't exactly the highest praise you can give, but sometimes that's all a game needs to achieve.

eShop downloadable 35 Junior Games is a perfect example of this type of good-enough design. It's a largely competent collection of digital representations of physical games, and it's cheap enough to be an impulse purchase for younger minds.

Yawn

You should know the score with this type of release by now: the developer has taken open-source game systems like Klondike, air hockey and Nim, and bundled them all together into one bumper family-friendly package. ...
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Summary
Awful presentation aside, this is a decent enough digital collection of traditional physical games. You've seen it all before, though, and there's not enough refinement or imagination to warrant much attention
RATINGS
Audio/visual: 3
Gameplay: 5
Value: 6
Innovation: 4
Overall: 5
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