I was so excited when a code for
Kersploosh arrived here at Family Friendly Gaming. As soon as I could
wrap up my other chores I was playing this rock dropping game. I spent
fifteen minutes trying to beat the first level. Then I found there is a
bouncy ball that can be used instead of the rock.
The bouncy ball in Kersploosh is indestructible. At least I think it is because no matter what I hit with it, I did not lose any life. Then all the levels in Kersploosh were a complete breeze. Which is why Kersploosh feels like a light switch. Either it is way too easy, or way too hard. Either on or off.
What hurts Kersploosh even more is its repetitive. I ran across many of the same things in different wells. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the concept of dropping a rock down a well and avoiding objects. Especially when the game is $2.99. Kersploosh is a great example of how Nintendo continues to make in roads into the app market. Because Kersploosh reminds me of an app.
The circle joystick is the one control in Kersploosh. Looking down at Kersploosh in 3D is exceptional. That was until I realized it was giving me a headache and I had to turn off the 3D on my Nintendo 3DS. We can break object on the way down like wood, and of course our stone.
Kersploosh contains a fair amount of unlockable content for those who want to replay the levels. Ultimately Kersploosh did not have the gotcha I was hoping for. Maybe I was too excited, or expecting too much. Kersploosh is a decent title with a catchy idea. I believe it could have been fleshed out more. Hopefully in a sequel.
Family Friendly Factor: 74%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Rating: ‘E' - Everyone
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