Wrecking Crew is an old NES game that Nintendo has ported over to the Nintendo 3DS. If you purchased this game on the older system you are not given a free copy or even a discount. You are expected to pay full price a second time. There are one hundred levels for families to work their way through.
The levels are different in Wrecking Crew. They have some similarities though. Players must take a Mario looking character and wreck things. Players demolish a variety of objects in Wrecking Crew. They must also avoid enemies that will try to stop them. Fire balls also appear if you take too long.
Why are people trying to stop us in Wrecking Crew? Are we breaking their stuff against their wishes? Those two questions haunted me while I was playing Wrecking Crew. How would you feel if someone came into your house and started breaking stuff? I know how I would feel. So I do not want to spread that bad feeling.
Wrecking Crew is an extremely confusing game. I played levels over and over again trying to figure out how to beat them. I finally figured out that I had to destroy all kinds of different items. What has to be destroyed does not always make sense. Mistakes can be made in levels and they can no longer be beaten. The poor level design is amplified by the poor instructions.
Wrecking Crew to be an awesome retro game that I could recommend.
Unfortunately that is not the case. If you missed Wrecking Crew, you did
not really miss much.
Family Friendly Factor: 72%
Rating: ‘E’ for Everyone
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