Splat The Difference
So like before Splat The Difference was released on the Nintendo 3DS,
Family Friendly Gaming was provided a digital download code for the
game. I had to wait for the system to update, and then I had to wait for
the game to download. I see why so many people like physical copies of
games better than digital downloads. So much less waiting for a physical
I did not know what kind of game Splat The Difference was. I thought maybe it was one of those games like the failed Splatoon. Good news, it is not like the flopping around fishie Splatoon. Splat The Difference is actually much better, and way more fun. We can play with one person in Splat The Difference or up to four people. Only one Nintendo 3DS needs to own Splat The Difference. Friends can join in via the download play. I don't think it eats up valuable Internet resources either.
The music in Splat The Difference is upbeat, happy, and alive. I liked listening to it while trying to find the differences on the pictures. Oh wait did I forget to tell you? Splat The Difference is a find three differences on the screen. When you do it splats over the spot where there is a difference. There is also a hint system that will help you. It takes it a minute to recharge. There is also less time in each level.
There are four game modes in Splat The Difference. They are Classic (Find the differences before time runs out), Casual (Relax and play without a timer), Frenzy (Only one difference, but you have to find it fast), and Mirror (One picture is flipped upside down). This helps families of all kinds of different skill sets. The Mirror mode is the hardest one in my opinion. The Casual mode is the easiest.
The background artwork in Splat The Difference has that kindergarten feel to it. The pictures we find differences in are photo quality. It takes time to run across the same pictures again in Splat The Difference. I like Splat The Difference. It helped me with my pattern recognition, and hand eye coordination. I have not played one of these kinds of games in some years on a Nintendo system. I hope Lightwood Games does a jigsaw puzzle game in the future. I miss the Jig-A-Pix games. Splat The Difference reminded me of them.
- Kid Gamer
Family Friendly Factor: 75%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Lightwood Games
Developer: Lightwood Games
Rating: 'E’ -Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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