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Kuru Kuru Kururin

Kuru Kuru Kururin (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developers: Eighting, Raizing


Staff Reviews

Kuru Kuru Kururin review

Review date unknown

James Gordon says: "You can speed the stick up, change its direction using special springs found around the levels, collect certain items which allow you to customize your stick, rescue cute little ducklings, and even change the length of your stick."
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Reader Reviews

Kuru Kuru Kururin review

Reviewed March 07, 2004

tomclark says: "There are some games that redefine their genre. That raise the stakes for all other games of their ilk, and become the new benchmark by which all others will be judged. Mario did it for the platform genre, Street Fighter for the 2D fighters, Doom for the first-person shooters, and until very recently, Tetris for the puzzle genre. But now it's time for a new puzzle king to step up to the thrown. Yep, a flying penguin is here, and he's kicking the Russians' butt. "
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