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Wizdom

 

 

SCORE: 78

Wizdom 

 

Wizdom is a downloadable only hand held video game on the Nintendo 3DS. Family Friendly Gaming was provided a code for this little game a few days before it official launched on the Nintendo eShop store. I am thankful for the opportunity to play and review Wizdom. This 3DS video game is a match three puzzler with a little bit of a twist. What is the twist? You use what you merge in Wizdom.

I know some of our millions of readers out there are confused by what I mean by that. Let me explain how Wizdom on the Nintendo 3DS works. You merge three blue tiles. They turn into a little blue tile with a face. Tap on that new icon, and it goes into your box. Swap screens to pick it up, and put it into a jar. That is what Wizdom calls a potion. There are customers who want certain potions of certain colors.

There is a magical element in Wizdom in relation to the content. Players must also complete multiple levels at the same location before the next area on the map opens up. My biggest problem with Wizdom is not understanding why certain potions were rejected. It looked like they wanted blue. Then I find out they wanted three of those blue merged into a darker blue. I wish Wizdom was a bit more clear on this on the screen.

The music in Wizdom is fantastic. There are also conversations that rarely interested me. They do progress the storyline in Wizdom. The match three game play involves placing a tile on the left, right, or top of the grid. That moves all of the associated tiles away from the one being placed. The one on the far end gets knocked off the screen entirely. Blocks that stop movements are one of the challenges in this puzzler.

Moving Player is moving up in the video game industry. I wonder how long it will be before they start releasing physical copies of their games. Or even video game compilation discs and cartridges. I suspect it will not be that much longer before they branch out into the always popular physical copy format. I for one would love to see them reach the super majority of the video game market.
- Yolanda

 

Graphics: 75%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Moving Player
Developer: Moving Player
Rating: ‘E' - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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