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Atari Fossil
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Nintendo-Online.de (Oct 31, 2010)
„chick chick BOOM“ gehört mit Sicherheit zu den besten Mehrspieler-Titeln im Wii-Shop. Für einen Budget-Preis von 800 Nintendo-Points erhält man ein spaßiges, simples, aber dennoch forderndes Spielprinzip, dass den Hühnerstall auf dem Fernseher toben lässt. Zudem überzeugt das Spiel aber auch in seinem hübschen Design und der detailfreudigen Aufmachung. Wer spaßige Mehrspieler-Action sucht, sollte unbedingt zugreifen.
N-Europe (Nov 11, 2010)
chick chick BOOM is a unique and fun turn-based action game. It's easy to start and has a surprising amount of depth.
Nintendo Life (Nov 04, 2010)
It was a pretty simple game before, but tons of bits has turned chick chick BOOM into a very hectic and enjoyable download title. If you plan of playing multiplayer it's a no-brainer, but even solo players will find a good deal of entertainment here. Now let's hope they plan on retooling their other game for WiiWare as well!
The A.V. Club (Feb 21, 2011)
The Wii’s motion controls are generally acknowledged as one of the most important interface developments in the industry, but the kinds of games they make possible are still being determined. Chick Chick Boom is an odd little Frankenstein’s monster of a game, built around using the Wii-mote to trace the plants, bombs, or weights with which you attack your enemies. You have a team of five Angry Birds-esque chicks, whom you try to defend as you attack the enemy’s team in phased combat. The back-and-forth action has notable depth, with various special attacks, healing, defense sabotaging, and unlockables, but it lacks a strong initial hook to grab players and make them stick around to see that the depth is there…
Eurogamer.net (UK) (Nov 05, 2010)
The only question is how long you'll want to do so. While it's undoubtedly fun for a few rounds, developer Tons of Bits' debut WiiWare effort feels like it lacks a little substance to make it worthy over the longer haul.
Destructoid (Mar 01, 2011)
chick chick BOOM is fast and furious at the outset but slows down way too soon and way too abruptly. It's fun if a bit lacking. But hey, you get to murder baby chickens, so that's gotta count for something, right?

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