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Zumba Garden Switch Review

PlatformNintendo Switch
Release Date8/18/2022
PublisherSilesia Games
ESRB RatingE

In Zumba Garden, Golems are pushing balls on a track towards a hole, remove the marbles by shooting balls to make matches of 3 or more. Get stars to unlock power-ups that help you.

Zumba Garden
Way too short a track

I stink at this this game, lose and lose and lose some more. I can’t beat level 4. So I went and pulled out Zuma, the Pop Cap game that popularized the puzzle type. I did far better at that. And I instantly understood why.

Zumba Garden
Now this is the good stuff!

In Zuma, the balls actually move faster, but track are several times as long. The power-ups are available at full strength at the start in Zuma. In Zumba Garden you have to unlock them and the power them up to start. Also the balls are more accurate in Zuma than Zumba. Overall, Zuma is the better game hands down.

Zumba Garden
Don’t let the number of balls fool you, this is actually harder.

If you like this style of puzzle, I’d literally go play anything else other than Zumba Garden. Heck, I played a flash game called frogtastic just now that was better than Zumba.

Overall: Zumba Garden is terrible. Go play Zuma instead.

Verdict: Not Recommended

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