Crash Bandicoot Mobile review
Published & copyrighted by King
It's the early 2020s, and the gaming world is in a bit of a slump. Mobile games have taken over, with simple, cookie-cutter games raking in billions of dollars in revenue. The console market is struggling, and even the once-mighty PC gaming scene is a shadow of its former self. In this dark age, one game stands out as a ray of hope: Crash Bandicoot Mobile.
Crash Bandicoot Mobile is a 3D platformer for iOS and Android devices, and it's a return to form for the franchise. The game is a port of the original Crash Bandicoot, which was released on the PlayStation in 1996. The game has been completely modernized for 2020, with updated graphics and gameplay that make use of the touchscreen. The objective of the game is to guide Crash through a series of levels, avoiding obstacles and enemies, and collecting apples.
The apples are used to unlock new levels and power-ups. The game is split into three worlds, with each world containing six levels. The gameplay is simple but addicting, and it's easy to pick up and play for a few minutes at a time. The controls are responsive and the level design is excellent. The game is also challenging, with plenty of secrets to discover and difficult platforming sections to master.
Crash Bandicoot Mobile is an ‘endless runner’ game in which the player controls Crash Bandicoot as he runs through a number of different levels, avoiding obstacles and enemies, and collecting items. The game is set on the fictional Wumpa Island, and the levels are set in a variety of locations, including a jungle, a beach, and a temple.
The graphics are colorful and cartoony, and they look great on the small screen. The environments are well-rendered, and the character models are detailed and expressive. The game runs smoothly, even on older devices.
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Crash Bandicoot Mobile is an excellent port of the original game, and it's packed with hours of content. The game is also replayable, with secrets to discover and challenges to master. The game is well worth the price, and it's a must-have for any fan of the franchise.
Overall, The original Crash Bandicoot game was released in 1996 and was a huge success. The game was developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game was released on the PlayStation platform and was very popular with gamers. The success of the game led to the development of two sequels, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped.
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