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Johnny Dynamite






Family Friendly Gaming was provided five download codes for Johnny Dynamite. We used two of them, and gave three away. Johnny Dynamite is sort of a physics puzzler without a lot of the physics based game play. Players use a jet pack to fly around collecting dynamite. Collect all of the dynamite to complete a level. I know what you are probably thinking, jet packs and explosives are a bad combination.

Players can also throw the dynamite they collect in Johnny Dynamite to dispose of enemies and to hit switches through electrical beams that would kill your fly boy. Why doesn't the dynamite explode upon impact? I don't know. Chock it up to video game logic. There are fifty-four levels in Johnny Dynamite. Families can also create their very own levels with the in game editor.

The in game editor in Johnny Dynamite is what will help the replay. Why? Because you can create your own levels based on your own creativity. It is really easy to add objects and move things around in Johnny Dynamite. In many ways Johnny Dynamite reminds me of an app on the iOS. Players can earn one, two, or three stars. The faster you complete a level the better star you get. In fact there is a bar on the screen that shows you how you are doing.

The graphics in Johnny Dynamite did not wow me. There is a focus on avoiding contact, and avoiding traps (like spikes and laser beams). Johnny Dynamite resets quickly when players make a mistake and their poor little flyer dies. At the same time the graphics are discernible and it is easy to tell collectibles from enemies. I had fun jetting around in Johnny Dynamite.

I hope to see sequels to Johnny Dynamite in the future. I would also love to see Johnny Dynamite included on some physical copy compilation. Maybe best indie games on the Nintendo 3DS or something like that. It was a pleasure for me to play and review Johnny Dynamite on the Nintendo 3DS. I am curious to see what kinds of levels Family Friendly Gaming Universe comes up with.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Enjoy Gaming
Developer: twofivesix
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Fantasy Violence}

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