- Manufacturer: Seika
- Machine: Super NES
- Theme: Puzzle
- No. of Levels: 175
Troddlers is toddling onto the Super NES with the help of Seika. This spunky puzzle game features you as guardians Hocus or Pocus or both! Opt for the training mode, Hocus vs. Pocus, or the team-up mode. You must lead these lost guys to safety and it's quite a chore. The troddlers can walk on walls and even walk upside down. Hocus and Pocus must plan a blocking strategy to get the Troddlers to their exit.
Liked Lemmings? Then you'll probably like Troddlers. The objective is the same: you must help cute little critters, Troddlers, get to the door and exit several levels. The control is a little rusty and therefore hampers the game somewhat since it relies on precision, but using a mouse eradicates that problem.
The concept behind Troddlers isn't exactly new but the game is great. The control with the pad is a tad confusing but hook up the Super NES mouse and it becomes a breeze. The various game modes are great and the music is beautifully composed. The huge amount of levels will keep you busy as well.
I like Troddlers because of the variety of different puzzles and themes throughout each level. The game play is solid and fans of Lemmings will enjoy every bit. The mouse is a good change of pace and adds to the computer-like feel. The game has tons of levels and really cool music. Interesting and challenging for all.
It's another mind-bending game on the order of Lemmings. This one has some interesting puzzles but doesn't quite contain the appeal of others in this category. Also, the control is very hard to get used to and is made more for a mouse than a control pad. If you have the mouse the game is fun, but just not exceptional.