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Super Solvers: Treasure Mathstorm

Super Solvers: Treasure Mathstorm (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Unknown
Developer: Unknown


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Super Solvers: Treasure Mathstorm review

Reviewed January 19, 2003

ratking says: "Childhood stories, we visit again. The unprecedented success of Treasure Mountain lead to a very similiar game with just different subgames and a much more interesting environment. Instead of trudging up a tree filled mountain, you were trudging up snowy slopes avoiding getting hit by snowballs and collecting snowballs yourself. You had to work your way through the three levels to the top, and do so over and over against hundreds of times to beat this game. While I think this is possible the wor..."
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