Spot It! Mean Machines

Spot It! Mean Machines

2012

System
DSiWare
Publisher
Big John Games
Developer
Big John Games

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 6/10

Overview

Number of Players
4
Genre
Puzzle, Strategy
Release Date

3DS eShop

  • 1st Nov 2012, 200 points (USA)
Series
Spot It
Official Site
bigjohngames.com

Screenshots (15)

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Reviews

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    DSiWare

    Review Spot It! Mean Machines

    I spy a decent game

    At a glance, Spot It! Mean Machines is simply a collection of grainy photographs of piles of junk. If you continue to explore this title, you'll find that your initial assessment was astute, but you will also find that it’s amazing how much fun can be had while staring at these still images. If you’re a fan of classic Spot...

About The Game

In “Spot It! Mean Machines”, players race the clock to find the hidden objects in cleverly arranged scenes. The puzzles are based on the popular “Spot-It!” book series published by Capstone Press. See how many objects you can spot in 10 different puzzles. Vibrant graphics make spotting objects fun and challenging.

Players use the stylus to tap on the hidden objects and also to navigate the extra large play areas. Use the new “Zoom Out” feature to get a big picture of the puzzle.

Players can compete against their friends using the “Pass Around Play” feature. Up to four players can race to find 10 objects hidden within a puzzle. Each player has to spot the objects and then pass it on to the next player. See who can get the best score!

Find objects fast to score the most points. Three levels of difficulty (Easy, Medium, and Insane) provide unlimited replay value.