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Ka-blooey (XSX) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Tags: Action
Developer: Mirrorsoft
AKA: Bombuzal (JP)

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Ka-blooey review

Reviewed December 20, 2007

wootex says: "Kablooey is truly something special. Most bad games offer some sort of entertainment, deep down you know that you could be playing a more fun game, but at least you are slightly entertained by simplistic mechanics. In Kablooey, any semblance of entertainment in the game is constantly bogged down by some of the worst design decisions that could be conceived. Most of the aspects of Kablooey are pretty weak on their own, but they all come together in a way that makes Kablooey simultaneously one of ..."
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