Watermelon Blocks Review (Nintendo Switch OLED)
If nothing else happens today, this Watermelon Blocks Review will show you that fun can be had by jumping around a level and eating watermelon. It has its ups and it’s down but it always entertains, who knew eating fruit would be so fun.
Watermelon Blocks Review Pros:
- Cartoon graphics.
- 31.1MB download size.
- Touchscreen support.
- Runner-style platformer gameplay.
- You are always moving, you can jump off walls to change direction.
- The opening set of levels acts as tutorials.
- Controls – use touchscreen or buttons at will.
- The goal is to collect all melons and hit the exit door.
- Blocks can be flipped on/off which makes them passable or solid.
- 46 levels to play.
- Can replay levels.
- Very simple controls.
Watermelon Blocks Review Cons:
- Little replay value.
- Doesn’t have any timers or leaderboards.
- Gets very reflex-heavy later on.
- Can get very tricky.
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Developer: Mira Games
Publisher: QUByte Interactive
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Watermelon Blocks is a fun little game whereby you always moving and can jump at will, bounce off walls to change direction and your goal is to collect all the melon pieces and hit the exit. It plays really well with simple controls (both buttons and touchscreen) and a fast pace. It’s one of those casual games that you put on every now and then and do a handful of the forty-odd levels on offer. With no timers or leaderboards, it does limit its replay value a lot but even then it’s a fun few hours.