3D Twist & Match Reviews (PSP)
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PSP Minis (Apr 05, 2011)
It’s a fun little game. For a low price, Sanuk Games has delivered an unique and addictive puzzler. I found myself playing it a lot more than I had planned to. It wears you out if you play too much, but in quick bursts, it’s very entertaining. It’s also got a lot of replay value, as each game is seemingly randomized; you don’t know exactly what to expect, and there is a large number of objects. They also did a really good job with the different modes, as well as the unlockables and achievements.
PSN Stores (Apr 29, 2011)
To be honest, I initially wrote this game off. Its cutesy graphics and simple, seemingly silly concept made me wonder why it was ever conceived. However, after playing it for a few hours and unlocking some of the achievements, I found a fair amount of enjoyment with it. There are highscore tables for each difficulty of each mode, nine different multi-tiered achievements, and 200 items to unlock across 10 different environments (sports, spooky, winter, etc.). The biggest problem I have with the game is that it sometimes deletes the achievements I’ve earned. I found the practice mode to be completely useless, but I do check it every once in a while to see how many objects I’ve yet to “Awesome!” At such a low price, you may want to check 3D Twist & Match out. It’s a novel experience marred by bizarre controls, but if you have any interest in mental rotation tests (I do), you should give it a try. I imagine it would be a solid abstract learning tool if put in younger hands.