came out in 2006 when the GBA was already on the wane, and although its reviews were positive, it didn’t get the marketing or distribution it deserved.
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He’s aided in his quest by a menagerie of animals, each with their own helpful attributes – you can bounce on a bear’s stomach to jump higher, for example.
The game’s platforming sections are broken up with occasional RPG-lite sequences, and this charming little title is packed full of eccentric characters and charm.
Although not underrated from a critical perspective (most who played a fun, quirky platform game with a manic sense of energy.
You control Jill, a young girl who travels everywhere in the titular Dozer – a kind of mecha suit with a gigantic drill attachment mounted on the front.
Featuring some wonderfully engaging animation and design, makes up for its lack of originality by providing some of the most balanced and addictive gameplay you’ll find on the GBA.