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Can you save the earth using your set of explosives before the meteorite crashes into it?

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Posted by Corbie Dillard

Simple and fun, though not earthshaking

We've already seen about half a dozen GO Series releases on DSiWare, each offering up an experience that revolves around simplicity from both a visual and gameplay standpoint. While the results from have been mixed, there have been a couple of releases...

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User Comments (1)



mnoah said:

Go series games have always been challenging ,always been difficult,
always been cheap(200 Pointer's.)and i'm guessing that this one will also be
two hundred points and also as good as all go series games!
I'm going fer'it

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