Skylanders Trap Team [ 3DS CIA ]

Skylanders Trap Team

Skylanders Trap Team

Skylanders Trap Team

Kaos continues his ongoing quest to rule over Skylands. He has discovered the location of the legendary Cloudcracker Prison a fortress built entirely out of the magical substance Traptanium and home to Skylands’ most nefarious baddies. In an attempt to build his own army of foes, Kaos blows up the prison, releasing the most wanted villains and blasting shards of Traptanium to Earth in the form of Traps. Now it’s up to Portal Masters to recapture all of the escaped villains using powerful Traptanium Traps and defeat Kaos before it’s too late! Skylanders Trap Team lets Portal Masters “trap” the most wanted villains in Skylands and then play as them in the game in the battle for good. The game offers an unprecedented new addition to the game’s play pattern in the form of Traptanium Traps. When this new type of toy is placed directly into the Traptanium Portal. Portal Masters can “capture” a variety of special villains from the game and magically transport them from Skylands into the real world. Skylanders Trap Team also will reverse the magic of bringing toys-to-life, letting kids take characters out of the digital world and bring them into the physical world, pulling villains out of the game and into living room. Players can then send them back into the game where they play as them to fight for good.

Skylanders Trap Team

As with the previous games, the contents of the 3DS Starter Pack are different than the console version. When you pick up the 3DS Starter Pack, you’ll get one Trap Master, Gusto, one Skylander Mini, Barkley, and a Portal of Power. This is the first iteration of the series on the 3DS to not include a variant figure. In fact, Gusto and Barkley are available separately; Gusto is available in a single-pack, while Barkley has been given out via various promotions. And the three previous games included three figures instead of two, so Trap Team on the 3DS seems to have less value than before. It’s worth noting that Sure Shot Shroom Boom may have been originally set to be included in the 3DS Starter Pack, as he’s on the box art right next to Gusto and Barkley. As with the other two, he’s available separately as well, but any kind of variant figure would’ve enticed more fans to pick up the 3DS Starter Pack.


Release Date : October 5, 2014
Publisher : Activision
Developer : Beenox
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 715MB


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