Tang Tang Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: The Associated Nexus of Galaxies (TANG) has been threatened by hordes of invaders bent on pillaging the natural resource of Energy Crystals. As a last hope, the TANG calls upon four super dimensional cyborg heroes, the Tangibles, who have the ability to conjure up solid blocks out of thinThe Associated Nexus of Galaxies (TANG) has been threatened by hordes of invaders bent on pillaging the natural resource of Energy Crystals. As a last hope, the TANG calls upon four super dimensional cyborg heroes, the Tangibles, who have the ability to conjure up solid blocks out of thin air. These brave soldiers will use their cunning, quick reflexes and Power Bolts to retrieve the Energy Crystals and push back the advancing armada. Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 8
  2. Negative: 3 out of 8
  1. The game is naturally fast paced, which only means it is more fun. You have to think fast and have good reflexes. Personally, I love the game.
  2. 71
    Like "Solomon's Key" for the NES, with the frustration level turned up by ten degrees. If you can get by the gameplay limits put in place by the developers, then you might enjoy this title. I could not.
  3. Worth the effort for gamer who likes their puzzle games fast and tough.
  4. 50
    The challenge is there, but it's not really a whole lot of fun.
  5. An uninspiring puzzle game with an equally lifeless plot.
  6. In an amazing lack of quality assurance, somehow Tang Tang made it out of Take-Two’s doors without the save feature intact. That means that no matter how far you get into the game’s 120 levels, chances are you'll only see about 10 of 'em; as soon as all the initial lives expire, it is back to square one.
  7. There's little depth or longevity, but simplified gameplay may appeal to young gamers. [Winter 2001, p.48]

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