Metascore
62

Mixed or average reviews - based on 19 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 19
  2. Negative: 3 out of 19
  1. Mar 12, 2013
    46
    A watered-down (no pun intended) stone-tossing experience that isn't even worth its $2.99 price tag.
  2. 45
    Kersploosh! has some opportunities for fun, but the game is over before its concept gets a chance to shine.
  3. Apr 3, 2013
    20
    Though its basic game design idea (trying to reach the bottom of a well as fast as possible) may be nice in theory, its execution in Splash or Crash is terminally ill by design. Its prohibitive price for only 10 look-alike levels, the possibility to choose, right from the get-go, an indestructible ball, and the lack of precision of the 3DS stick combined with the absence of a gyro-based control option make it absolutely worthless.
User Score
7.0

Mixed or average reviews- based on 5 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 1
  2. Negative: 0 out of 1
  1. Jul 18, 2013
    6
    Splash or Crash is lacking in content, but it is only 2 quid, and the gameplay is addictive. The aim is to use the circle pad to guide theSplash or Crash is lacking in content, but it is only 2 quid, and the gameplay is addictive. The aim is to use the circle pad to guide the object to the bottom of the well as fast as you can while avoiding the obstacles. Obstacles range from pizzas to stars to fan to wooden boards (no comment). There are ten levels, but they don't vary enough, but they are fun nonetheless. You can choose from several different objects, such as an iron ball, a stone, and a watermelon. This is where it gets clever. Some have more HP than others so are easier to use, but those go very slowly. See, there are leaderboards for the fastest time of getting the object the bottom of the well. One stone has only 1 HP, but is the fastest stone, so an expert would use that one to try to beat the high score. I can't even get that stone halfway through the first level! So this is how Splash or Crash appeals to the casual and hardcore audiences. High scores can be traded via streetpass, but there are no online leaderboards. Full Review »