Charlie Blast's Territory
It's probably BEST tosteer clear of Charlie Blast's Territory. This otherwise unique puzzle game is severely plagued by deficient music, average graphics, and slow gameplay.
In CBT, you must blow up islands by creating a chain reaction of explosions. Players must make Charlie push rocks out of the way in order to place dynamite of varying intensities.
This may sound easy, but the challenge increases with every level. Unfortunately, you must also endure the sterile music and the frustrating controls. Both the analog and digital controls are maddeningly sensitive and often cause Charlie to inadvertently move something. The graphics are colorful, but after a while, the sights become as repetitive as the gameplay.
Charlie Blasts Territory offers gamers a decent challenge, but it's just too slow. The multiplayer games provide some salvation as you try to blow up your friends, but Bomberman this ain't! Gamers wanting explosive action should look elsewhere.
- Don't stress about the time limit. Just scroll back and pause the game if you need more time to solve the puzzle.
- Sometimes the moving platforms serve as more than just a means of crossing. You can also position dynamite on top of them.
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