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Tokyo Crash Mobs
by Mike Rose 15/1/2013
Product: Tokyo Crash Mobs
Developer: Mitchell
Format: 3DS
Genre: Casual, Puzzle
Players: 1
Version: Europe
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We British are pretty amazing at queueing. Whether it's at the bank, the post office, or to get into a club on a Friday night, we can always get behind a good queue.

According to Tokyo Crash Mobs, the Japanese aren't so much into forming an orderly line. In fact, they like to cut the queue down to size by throwing people around.

This is the weirdest game on 3DS by a long shot. This wacky take on match-three title Zuma may be technically simple, but there's plenty to like here.

Queueing is for suckers

Your protagonists don't particularly enjoy being at the back of the pack - so much so that they're willing to chuck human beings at other human beings in order to push through the crowd. ...
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Tokyo Crash Mobs takes the crown as the Nintendo 3DS's weirdest game yet, with potentially dull match-three action that is rejuvenated by silliness
Audio/visual: 8
Gameplay: 7
Value: 7
Innovation: 8
Overall: 7
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