Crash Bandicoot Mobile
Crash Bandicoot Mobile review
Since its release in 1996, the Crash Bandicoot franchise has been a fan-favorite among gamers. The original game was released on the Playstation 1 and was an instant hit. The games are known for their platforming gameplay, quirky characters, and humor. The franchise has seen many releases over the years, across different gaming platforms. And now, the series is making its way to mobile devices with the release of Crash Bandicoot Mobile.
It's the early 2000s all over again. You're about to enter a world of anthropomorphic animals, crazy villains, and wumpa fruit. That's right, the world of Crash Bandicoot is coming to your mobile device. The original Crash Bandicoot was released on the PlayStation in 1996 and quickly became a gaming icon. The title character, Crash, is a genetically enhanced bandicoot who must stop the evil Dr. Neo Cortex from taking over the world. The original game was a 3D platformer and featured impressive graphics for its time. It was also known for its challenging gameplay, which often required players to complete a level multiple times before they could progress.
The game retains the classic platforming gameplay that the series is known for, while also introducing some new gameplay mechanics. The game is set on the fictional Wumpa Island, and players take control of Crash Bandicoot as he sets out on a quest to stop the evil Dr. Neo Cortex from taking over the island.
The graphics in Crash Bandicoot Mobile are colorful and vibrant, and the game world is impressively large. The game runs smoothly on most devices, and the frame rate is generally stable. However, there are some instances of slowdown and framerate issues, particularly during the game's more demanding moments.
Crash Bandicoot Mobile is a fairly long game, and can take upwards of 10 hours to complete. There are also a number of collectibles to find, secret areas to explore, and challenging optional boss battles to take on. This gives the game good replay value, and encourages players to come back and play through the game again.
It's been a long time coming, but Crash Bandicoot is finally available on mobile devices. The original platforming game was released back in 1996 and became an instant classic, spawning numerous sequels over the years. Now, over 20 years later, Crash has made his way onto iOS and Android in the form of an endless runner.
- The game retains the classic platforming gameplay that the series is known for
- The game introduces some new gameplay mechanics
- The graphics are colorful and vibrant
- The game world is impressively large
- The game runs smoothly on most devices
- The game has good replay value
- The game is reasonably priced
- The game can be a bit too easy at times
- The game is not without its share of bugs and glitches
- The game's controls can be unresponsive at times
- The game's camera can be problematic
- The game lacks any real innovation