Stretchmo for Nintendo 3DS


May 14, 2015
205th of 600

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About this game

Content Rating: Everyone


Mallo's Playtime Plaza has 100 great puzzles for players of all skill levels! Looking for a challenge? Then come on over to Polly's Sculpture Square, where 50 animal and object puzzles await. Keep the fun going in Corin's Fortress of Fun, which packs in 50 action-packed puzzles filled with special objects, like manholes and even enemies - a series first!

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Critic Reviews

8 Reviews
Janine HawkinsMay 20, 2015
Stretchmo is as solid and endearing as the games that have come before it in the series; it's cute, colorful, and the perfect puzzle game to keep on your 3DS for dull commutes. It inherits all the best parts of Pushmo and Crashmo and bundles them up in a package that is well suited to anyone, regardless of their series experience. Although it may not offer a groundbreaking change in the series, it distinguishes itself enough to be joyful in its own right.
Kevin SchallerMay 22, 2015
As an inexpensive downloadable title—again, the first few tutorial stages are free, and buying the four-pack of add-ons makes it ten bucks—I can’t help but say I enjoyed it, despite the repetition of what was necessary in each level. It looks nice, it handles well, it gives an interesting and twisty challenge, and it doesn’t feel as though I’ve wasted time like some games might.
Kyle HansonMay 19, 2015
Stretchmo doesn’t reinvent the puzzle genre, or the series in which it exists, but it expands and evolves it in fresh and interesting ways. Fans of the series will find a lot to love about Stretchmo, with its new mechanics bringing a lot of life to the games. Puzzle fans might have trouble slogging through the multiple tutorials, but once they do they will find a fun and challenging experience waiting.

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