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Baku Baku Animal

Baku Baku Animal (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Sega Master System
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: SEGA
More Platforms: Saturn


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Baku Baku Animal review

Reviewed August 18, 2005

goldenvortex says: "The majority of puzzle games are low quality rip-offs of some the genre’s finest titles. Most of them are mere imitators that don’t even come close to the sheer quality of the original title such as Oh My God ( Atlus’s Puyo Puyo clone) shows us that. Others try hard to push different a method of stacking blocks forward but fails rather miserably. Baku Baku Animal is one example of this as it produces a rather different approach to the puzzle game but proves to be dull, awkward and repet..."
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