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Lock 'N Chase

Lock 'N Chase (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Unknown
More Platforms: Atari 2600, Intellivision, PSP


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Lock 'N Chase review

Reviewed October 31, 2003

retro says: "To be overlooked is to be virtually unknown; it's to be a great game that you never hear many, if anybody, brag about. Lock 'n Chase for the Game Boy is just that, terribly overlooked. On a usual trip to Wal-Mart with saved up cash on hand ready to buy a game, I had no certain one in mind. I just wanted a new game for the Game Boy, since Tetris and Super Mario Land were my only titles thus far. Only one game's back of the box really caught my eye like a Playboy magazine amongst a crowd of romanc..."
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