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Mr. Driller

Mr. Driller (DC) game cover art
Platform: Dreamcast
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developer: Namco

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/23/2000
EU
??/??/2000
JP
06/29/2000
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Reader Reviews

Mr. Driller review

Reviewed June 02, 2004

aschultz says: "I never liked to play with plain blocks as a kid, and I wasn't terribly destructive either, but knock me over if I don't find joy in the ways game developers allow the populace to bash endless computerized blocks together and make them vanish. Enter Mr. Driller, a cute little potholder-faced fellow that lets you do this in several ways and scenarios. But it's his first effort, so he doesn't have the concept of fun down pat, even though he looks like he could. "
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Mr. Driller review

Reviewed January 28, 2004

shady says: "I enjoy a good puzzle game every now and then. Games like Tetris, Chip's Challenge, and Snood have all wasted a lot of time for me. That's what good puzzlers are - time wasters. They are easy to pick up and play, they're fun, and they're addictive. Mr. Driller (for the Dreamcast) is another example of such a game. Mr. Driller is a very simple game, but it is still incredibly challenging at the same time. "
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