Toy Story: Smash It! Review

If you love playing Angry Birds to pass your time in office, on the bus or subway, you probably love Disney Mobile’s Toy Story: Smash It!, which launches on Feb 28, 2013.

“Toy Story: Smash it!” is a 3D physics-based Puzzler that features the characters from Toy Story. In the game, you need to drag your finger to aim and throw bouncing balls, or impact balls with magical effects to knock down aliens. Along the way, you are able to touch arrows to run Left and Right to look for the best place or angle to hit the defense. If all aliens are cleared in a stage, you will win and accordingly get star scores that will unlock new episodes.

Toy Story: Smash It! employs the same concept with Angry Birds. Players have a couple of balls or items with power-ups to attack the aliens to get high scores and clear as many stages as possible. At early stages, it is pretty easy to smash those aliens. But as more stages or episodes are unlocked, it becomes increasingly hard since most of the aliens hide inside brick structures or stand on the moving structures, leading to hardly tumble down the structures or hit the aliens.

There are some types of bricks. In my cases, Metal bricks are harder to knock over while glass bricks shatter when hit. When you hit a right place at a Glass Brick, the ball will bounce away to knock other aliens or structures.

The game sometimes cannot be controlled at your will mostly because when you are ready to throw the ball, you will have to move the circle sight to a corner till a red cross appears so that the action is deactivated. But this could possibly cause a failed attempt when you are careless to release your finger once you begin to aim the target. Due to this problem, you will have to take several attempts before you are fully able to control your character.

Toy Story: Smash It! offers a great take on Angry Birds with a theme set in the world of Toy Story. If you are looking for a new substitute, this is a right one for you.

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