Safari Quest on the Nintendo 3DS is a solid match three video game
selling for $4.99. This little hand held video game is a downloadable
only title. Families are not given the opportunity to purchase Safari
Quest at their local retailers.
There are four main animals in Safari Quest. There is a lion, monkey, hippo, and zebra. Do you know what the four animals in Safari Quest remind me of? The Madagascar movies. There is definite art variations but there are also some similarities.
Safari Quest has small graphics in terms of the tiles, which is actually pretty standard in match three games on the Nintendo 3DS. The visual special effects are nice. I like the bonus level puzzles in Safari Quest. They look fantastic. As do the backgrounds in this animal world.
The music in Safari Quest is pleasant to listen to. I only found myself irritated a time or two with the music. Mainly when I was having issues completing a level. Like after clearing all the back tiles, and all the animal icons. I was not sure why the level did not end right away.
Safari Quest does a couple of neat things when family members get stuck. First off, it will show which tiles can be swapped to make a match. The second thing Safari Quest will do is provide bombs. Why are bombs important? They clear nearby tiles. Which can open up this hand held video game.
I like Safari Quest. This is a fun little match three video game with a theme that kids can get into. I hope to see more games like Safari Quest in the near future. It was a pleasure for me to play and review Safari Quest on my Nintendo 2DS.
Family Friendly Factor: 75%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Maximum Games
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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