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Urbanix (WiiWare)

Game Profile

Welcome to Urbanix – a game inspired by classic computer games!

You play as Urbanix – a tiny little tractor that has to build a town on an empty field. Avoid enemies, catch and chase away house crashers – they will try to spoil your game. Play on Earth, in the North Pole or on the Moon – all locations have different gameplay mechanics, therefore you will have to adapt your strategy. Be accurate, be quick, collect bonuses on your way, and you will be the winner!

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Henry Stockdale

This tractor's a little bit rusty

Nordcurrent don't have a great record when it comes to WiiWare, having brought us the some stinkers such as Robin Hood: The Return Of Richard and 5 Arcade Gems. Now we have Urbanix, where you play as a tractor who is simply trying to build a town on an...

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User Comments (2)

Bass_X0

#1

Bass_X0 said:

I like Qix. This is fun for a free demo. For a little while at least.

Kaura

#2

Kaura said:

The demo suggested that this is a downgrade from my Game Boy version of Qix. Randomly appearing powerups just don't fit in and covering the field multiple times is tedious.

Also - and I mostly play colorful kid-friendly games - the game looks terrible. Especially the menus.

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