3DS Platformer

Bye-Bye BoxBoy! Review

If you haven’t experienced the BoxBoy! series and can only pick one, Bye-Bye BoxBoy! has the most variety, providing the most value. Otherwise, picking up the whole trilogy is a great solution for anyone seeking ingenious portable puzzles in bulk. Bye-Bye, BoxBoy! We’ll miss you!

Bye-Bye BoxBoy! Review

Shift DX Review

Shift DX takes one premise and remarkably makes it last for 200+ levels. Its healthy mix of spatial reasoning and platforming obstacles effectively tests your mind and reflexes. I’m convinced that this game stimulates a part of your brain that you rarely use, and it feels great. If you are even a casual fan of puzzle platformers, Shift DX will turn your world upside-down.

Shift DX Review

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

Nintendo’s 3DS continues to build up a strong library of exclusives, and Kirby: Triple Deluxe adds another must-play title to that lineup. Although the controls are a little stiff, the new boss battles, multiple game modes, and the Hypernova ability all add to what makes Triple Deluxe a really fun game to play. Both newcomers and longtime Kirby fans will find a welcoming experience with his latest adventure.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

Johnny Impossible

With more polish and more work, this game could have been fun. Instead, it’s a grossly frustrating game, too focused on dated mechanics and a misguided stealth element for it to be entertaining. And a timer on every little thing? I get the idea that it might help create tension, but it just winds up being frustrating when it’s ever-present like it is in Johnny Impossible.

Johnny Impossible