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Gogo's Crazy Bones reminds me of Angry Birds. We launch these little characters towards other characters surrounded by things like wood and glass. Gogo's Crazy Bones does not stop there though. We also launch our guys into baskets, and we launch them towards other characters standing on platforms. The goal of that final one is to knock them off the platforms.

We are allowed five of the characters in Gogo's Crazy Bones. They have different attributes and abilities. These will help players progress through the seventy-five levels. The characters in Gogo's Crazy Bones are called GoGos, and there are thirty of them. And they are nothing like the dancers of the same name.

Visually there are some neat colors used in Gogo's Crazy Bones to keep this Nintendo DS game bright and cheery. The details are okay. I hate to say it but some areas of Angry Birds looks more detailed to me than Gogo's Crazy Bones. The comic mischief is knocking the other characters around, and dropping things like planks of wood on their heads.

I found the music in Gogo's Crazy Bones to be pleasant to listen to. It helps enhance this Nintendo DS game. I did feel bad when I knocked characters off the ledges. Launching GoGos into baskets was a fun pastime in my personal opinion. There is plenty of content to unlock in Gogo's Crazy Bones. And many GoGos to play around with.

The controls is one part of Gogo's Crazy Bones that gave me fits. I saw generally when I would launch the GoGo, but not to its conclusion. This led to quite a bit of trial and error. Along with guessing about what to do next. What makes it worse is the characters are different in Gogo's Crazy Bones. Some are heavier than others. This led to frustration when guesses went awry.

Gogo's Crazy Bones taught me to use certain characters to knock over others. Sort of like being a kid and throwing things as your friends fortress of blocks. We would try and demolish what they had built. It did not take me long as a kid to realize creating something was much better than destroying something. Gogo's Crazy Bones adds some interesting ideas to the Angry Birds concept of game play.
- Paul


Graphics: 79%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 85%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 76%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: GameMill Entertainment
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone
{Comic Mischief}

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