The Smurfs [ 3DS CIA ]
Apart from rebuilding your village, you get to meet all the Smurfs from the comic and cartoon that includes characters like Papa Smurf, Smurfette and even the devilish Gargamel. At its heart however, Smurfs on 3DS is basically a collection of mini-games, some good and some a little boring. These games requires the players to create their own potions and even use the microphone to help cool them down, whereas others are more arcade based like flying a plane over the forest which definitely harkens back to those classic fighter arcade games. The flying game is actually quite fun, albeit a little simple.
Given that this is a game for kids and according to my son, the game is okay but not too bad which were his words. He liked the customisation options of building his own village and also some of the mini-games like the music rhythm game and of course the arcade isometric fighter. As mentioned, you do need to collect resources that include bricks and wood in order to rebuild the Smurf houses and the developers have turned some of the resource gathering into mini-games. For example, some require you to hit nails into wood or even saw timbre to help with the village creation. Overall, Smurfsis nothing special for kids but it’s nothing great either Graphically the title looks like a Smurf game and developers Magic Pockets successfully recreate the world of Smurfs from the forests where these little blue creatures live to even the laboratory of Gargamel. Audio and music compliment the gameplay which assists in the overall immersion factor and you’ll be humming those catchy tunes in no time. All in all, it’s quite a colourful game on the 3DS with some good gaming environments, special effects and good use of the 3DS capabilities.
Release Date : October 13, 2015
Publisher : Ubisoft
Developer : Ubisoft
Region : USA
File Type : 3DS CIA
RAR File Size : 91MB