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Claymates certainly won't open your eyes with it's gameplay. However, the cool look of the game's characters and the length of the cart give you enough reason to fire up Claymates. This one was cut from the right mold.
Wer auf knifflige Jump&Runs steht, sollte auf alle Fälle einen Blick riskieren, alle anderen Leute sollten allerdings ein ausführliches Probespiel ansetzen.
A decent game that bears more than a passing resemblance to Sonic the Hedgehog. The shape-changing nature of the main character pulls it above average.
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It's obvious that Claymates has high production values. Boasting a technology called Blaze Processing, the action sometimes (when you are the mouse) borders on Sonic the Hedgehog-like speeds. The levels are varied and big, the sound effects are many, and the graphics are crisp and clear. But like all games, this one has its flaws: It's very beatable without finding many of the hidden items and weapons; the sickly sweet music overpowers the sound effects; youngsters drawn in by the cuteness may find the game too difficult (an easy mode of play would help); the map screen is a waste of time; and the controls could use some fine-tuning. All in all, though, Claymates is a winner.