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Camp Lazlo: Leaky Lake Games

Camp Lazlo: Leaky Lake Games (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Adventure
Developer: Collision Studios

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10/17/2006
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Camp Lazlo: Leaky Lake Games review

Reviewed November 10, 2006

Jason Venter says: "It’s clear that Camp Lazlo: Leaky Lake Games was conceived as a collection of mini-game madness, just as it’s clear that the team behind it ran out of ideas about five minutes in. To pad things out, they made an exploration mode that will occupy about two thirds of your time. This mode is about as much fun as playing Tic-Tac-Toe against yourself."
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