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Tokyo Crash Mobs (3DS eShop)

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A rather peculiar game that tasks you with throwing colour co-ordinated people at others in a queue. It's as crazy as it sounds.

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Europe PAL Version

Posted by Damien McFerran

Almost at the front of the queue

Although many people assume that Zuma was the first game to feature match-three marble shooting, the honour actually goes to Puzz Loop, a 1998 arcade release by Pang creator Mitchell Corporation. Sequels on the DS and WiiWare have since followed, and now...

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