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Tricky Kick

Tricky Kick (TG16) game cover art
Platform: TurboGrafx-16
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developer: Alfa System
AKA: Tricky (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1990
JP
07/06/1991

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Staff Reviews

Tricky Kick review

Reviewed October 24, 2011

Marc Golding says: "Attention puzzle game gurus! Tired of taking apart videogame conundrums like so much Lego? IGS has your game. You won’t beat it any time soon. In fact, Tricky Kick’s box should wear a disclaimer: If you think you’re at all good at games, don’t play this. Your ego and sense of self worth may be smashed irreparably."
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