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Kwirk (GB) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Atlus


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Kwirk review

Reviewed April 26, 2004

aschultz says: "It's hard for puzzle games without much resolution to have the flair that helps make a game addictive, so the creators generally go in for a weird title. Kwirk tries for this, but it drops the Q, which is much weirder than stuffy old K. Oh yes, the game's a bit dull too, being a modification of the old box-push that you could have written in BASIC. It's only got thirty levels in main mode, but the later ones are extremely nasty. "
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