In this puzzle title, the beloved hero is joined by Donkey Kong and several other characters from the Mushroom Kingdom. The purpose of the single-player title is to help a miniature version of the characters safely navigate their imagination. Minis are constantly on the move and you have no control over them. So the challenge is making changes to the next path to ensure they stay safe and reach the final star.
SEE ALSO: 6 best weather apps for mobile
In the Mario Main Event, you must collect up to three Mario Stars. The challenges you face get progressively more difficult as you progress through the game’s 180 levels. However, most are easy enough to ensure all ages have fun. Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move will likely be a popular choice for players who want to play when they only have a few minutes to spare during the day, as it’s quite easy to earn them, complete a challenge, and then come back later. But the gameplay – and the variety of modes available – means it’s addictive enough that you probably won’t take it with you.
Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis in Motion is visually appealing. The bottom screen of the Nintendo 3DS is used for the game and appears in 2D, while the top is a 3D representation of the puzzle.
Players can even get creative using the level editor. You can share creations with friends or even download puzzles made by others. This should ensure that new content keeps appearing. This aspect is perhaps one of the best things about the game and something Nintendo hopes to bring to other titles. There are also mini games to enjoy. So there are plenty of reasons to keep coming back to the title.
SEE ALSO: Top 5 Android Apps for Book Readers
Pocket gamers will likely be even happier to know they can download the game from the Nintendo eShop for the Nintendo 3DS to play alongside titles like Luigi’s Mansion 2 on the Nintendo 3DS. So there are many good reasons to meet Mario again.