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Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker has the award for the best short and sweet game. As someone who does like to do one hundred percent completion before moving on to a level, I didn’t have the same severe case of finishing the game too quickly. It should be noted that the game is very short, like the protagonist. Though, that doesn’t make it bad. I rather enjoyed how the game’s puzzles work. A cute little cube with hidden secrets inside. That alone is great, but the added addition of challenges has your brain decoding the entire stage pixel by pixel. The only complaint I had was the two player mechanics, but with a recent update, the two-player gameplay is more fun than ever.

Rating: 7/10

Hours Played: 3

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