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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchOct 25, 2018

Publisher: Ezone

Buckle-up for an epic road trip through a colorful world of puzzles and adventure. Use driving skills and puzzle solving abilities to find missing artifacts and piece together the broken world of Blocktaria. DRIVE everywhere: it's like your favorite kart racing and platforming puzzle adventure game all wrapped up into one. COLLECT batteries to unlock portals and recover 100+ artifacts to unlock new realms and paths on the road to discovery. EXPLORE more than 15 unique visually striking realms. SOLVE physical puzzles, push obstructions, jump off ramps, or skillfully navigate challenging mazes. DISCOVER the secrets of Blocktaria and recover the lost memories of your helpful but very forgetful guide, Lord Blockstar. What is his story? What secrets will be revealed?
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Car Quest - Announcement Trailer - Nintendo Switch US

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Car Quest starts running out of gas through its failure to recall where you're going next. New areas are unlocked one at a time, often as small openings revealed via speedy cutscenes. These are very easy to forget, especially if you put the game down for a bit. So, I found myself searching through overly familiar looking sections hoping to stumble upon my next path. This became worse after the first few hours, as the world continued to grow.

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EdEN
7 / 10
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Car Quest was certainly something on Nintendo Switch that I was not expecting.

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It's a simple game built on a simple premise, but its focus on getting the fundamentals right means it delivers where it needs to. It's fun, relaxing escape, and sometimes that's just what you need.

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Car Quest led on a promise of an epic adventure, but with highly monotonous gameplay, coupled with a visually dull world, and car handling that felt less like a sports car and more like a boat, there just were not enough redeeming features for me to say it’s worth $9.99. You’re better off not buying this car from the lot.

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