Through the first few levels, â€œStretchmoâ€ climbs into our hearts.
Easily one of the best, but under-appreciated titles on the Nintendo 3DS and arguably in the Nintendo family, Mallo and his pals return for â€œStretchmo,â€ a new take on the series that adds even more playability, difficulty and of course, fun.
While it may not seem all that different at first, playing through the first â€œfreeâ€ levels of the game, (The first handful of levels are free. After that, you can download the rest of the game and 200 levels, across four DLC for a season pass price of $9.99.) itâ€™s actually quite a different game. While â€œPushmoâ€ was all about pushing blocks and climbing up obstacles and â€œCrashmoâ€ was about using gravity in your favor, â€œStretchmoâ€ allows you to make your obstacles bigger by stretching them, while still incorporating all the push and pull techniques that made the first game such a cult hit. add in the ability to change camera views and itâ€™s a much deeper puzzle experience than the previous incarnations of the series.
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