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Those Games Switch Review

We all hate mobile game ads, namely because they all filled with fake games that do not represent the game play at all. Well D3Publisher has taken upon itself to take 5 of those fake mobile games and put them in a game called, “YEAH! YOU WANT “THOSE GAMES,” RIGHT? SO HERE YOU GO! NOW, LET’S SEE YOU CLEAR THEM!” Don’t let the horrible title fool you, this actually a decent minigame collection of fake mobile game games. We will go look at each game in turn.

Pin Pull

This is probably the most famous of those games. Evony: The King Returns pretends its a pin pull game, but is really a stock mobile strategy title. This is the real deal. You have treasure to get and you must pull, or not pull, the pins in order to get it. Starts out simple enough and gets progressively more complicated,, with enemies, and enemies that defeat other enemies. There are fifty levels in total here. I enjoyed this.

Number Tower

Those Games Mobile Ads Number Tower

Next up of those games is Number Tower, which i have seen in a thousand variations in fake mobile game ads. You need to defeat the enemies. You have a number the represents your strength. You can only defeat enemies of lesser strength. Defeating an enemy adds their strength number to yours. There a complications, of course, including that strength potion in the above screenshot. There are fifty levels here as well. Enjoy!

Parking lot

Those Games Parking Lot Mobile Ads

Next up is Parking Lot. This is basically a glorified parking puzzle, like we’ve seen in Cubic Parking. But instead of getting a designated car out, you’re getting all cars out with a time limit. There are complications later on, with bad guys walking around that you can’t hit with the cars. There are twenty-five puzzles here. Familiar, but good.

Cash Run

Those Games Cash Run Mobile Ads

Again, you’ve seen this in variation in various mobile ads. You walk along a path and get cash, which you then use as a platform to get over obstacles. How much cash you end up with at the end decides the number of stars you get. The issue here is it takes finesse to get over obstacles while conserving cash. Pressing the button down with release more cash, but get you higher. There are complications of course, like multiple paths to take. There are twenty five levels in total. Its ok, not my favorite.

Color Lab

Those Games Color Lab

Finally, we have Color Lab one of these games you’ve also seen in variation in mobile game ads, though less frequently. You’re essentially moving colors around from tube to tube until there are each in a tube. A color must move to a like color or empty tube. They cannot move to a full flask so there’s spillage. If there are no moves, game over. There are fifty levels. Later levels gives more tubes and colors to sort. This is a fine brain teaser.

Rest of the game

YEAH! YOU WANT “THOSE GAMES,” RIGHT? SO HERE YOU GO! NOW, LET’S SEE YOU CLEAR THEM! has missions to beat, both daily and general. You will get coins from puzzles and missions. These are used in the “Gotcha” machine, which gives you a nameplate and/or title. There’s also word-wide challenge mode with a leader board for added longevity. Overall, this is a decent minigame collection for a fair price of ten dollars. Not exactly a must play, but still highly recommended. More recommended than what those mobile ads were advertising at any rate.

Overall: YEAH! YOU WANT “THOSE GAMES,” RIGHT? SO HERE YOU GO! NOW, LET’S SEE YOU CLEAR THEM! is a minigame collection of fake games from mobile game ads. Pretty darn good!

Verdict: Recommended

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PlatformNintendo Switch
Release Date7/20/23
ESRB RatingE
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