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  • Summary: A groundbreaking, super-addictive and unbelievably cute platform game from Gamelion that delivers pure awesomeness!

    MEET BARNEY - a cute kangaroo that was caught by evil poachers but luckily fell out of the airplane and now has to make his way home. Help him - you two should hop along
    A groundbreaking, super-addictive and unbelievably cute platform game from Gamelion that delivers pure awesomeness!

    MEET BARNEY - a cute kangaroo that was caught by evil poachers but luckily fell out of the airplane and now has to make his way home. Help him - you two should hop along together just great! With intuitive Motion Sensor and Circle Pad controls, and handcrafted graphics, CRAZY KANGAROO is simply perfect. Complete missions, reach new ranks, and buy lots of helpful upgrades. Give it a shot!

    Features
    - unbelievably cute platform game
    - different game modes
    - ranks and missions
    - lots of helpful upgrades
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  1. 80
    Crazy Kangaroo is a relatively simple game, but a lot of fun. It's an example of a game that's good on iOS, and even better on the 3DS.
  2. Sep 17, 2012
    50
    It's difficult to get too enthused about Crazy Kangaroo, on account of it being so middle of the road. It's fun enough in small chunks, and while there's nothing atrociously bad here to get upset about, there's little new that's exciting either.
  3. Sep 20, 2012
    50
    Crazy Kangaroo offers decent value for its cheap price. It's simple and easy to grasp, the story mode has potential to last a few hours depending on the level set-ups you're given and the endless mode can be played infinitely for high scores as long as you don't mind the omission of leaderboards. However, the way objectives are set is flawed and the randomly generating story mode levels can feel unbalanced and leave you hopping mad.