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SubaraCity

Rating Summary

Based on 5 critic reviews
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54

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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo 3DSMar 23, 2017
Nintendo SwitchAug 9, 2018

Developer: FlyHigh Works

Genre: Puzzle

SubaraCity on Nintendo Switch offers a new twist for puzzle game fans, combining careful planning with relaxing gameplay. You’re not just matching blocks, but you’re city building at the same time! On Nintendo Switch, the game can be played on the TV with the controller, or you can even play in portable mode and use touch controls. The buildings on the blocks can be combined into larger, and special, buildings. It’s a simple rule but there are hidden complexities, and as the years pass each move plays an important role. Your decisions will decide the city's future - develop your city step-by-step to make a "SubaraCity"! Features: - Enhanced and optimised for the Nintendo Switch. - Play your way, in TV mode, tabletop mode or handheld mode. - Strategic puzzle gaming with a twist as you try to build a great city. - Find the right combinations for the best results!
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SubaraCity is an interesting twist on the puzzle and strategy genres. While it's great to pick up and play as you go, there's not much to the game and can get boring quickly.

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PS3Blog.net

SubaraCity is a colorfully minimalist puzzle game on that is a fun and simple release to enjoy on Nintendo Switch. The gameplay is easy to understand, and trying to beat your high score will keep you coming back to play some more. The game could have benefitted from having an online leaderboard, but this is not a deal-breaker.

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Just two things hold SubaraCity back from being genuinely memorable

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A relaxed and casual take on the classic block-matching genre, there's a level of charm I found to be enduring with its simplistic nature and easy to grasp gameplay. There is a level of strategy needed, as just one or two wrong moves can sink an otherwise promising run. Unfortunately though, with just the single game mode there's a good chance the legs fall out from underneath it sooner rather than later.

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