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Lot Lot

Lot Lot (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Irem

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
12/21/1985

Staff Reviews

Lot Lot review

Reviewed December 23, 2008

Jackie Curtis says: "If this sounds a bit more like a drawn-out chore than an actual puzzle, it is. You’re merely switching contents around and waiting for membranes to give way as you keep one square completely cleared to avoid losing. Keep swinging contents further from the bottom left toward the top right, or toward gaps that lead to scoring channels and rid the problem with immediacy. Worse, this is all done at an agonizingly slow pace. Like most any puzzle game, lather-rinse-repeat applies."
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