Big Bang Mini explosively colorful, addictive

Fireworks get me pumped. When you include them in a video game and let me shoot them, you become an instant winner in my book.

SouthPeak Games, a winner is you.

The good folks at SouthPeak were kind enough to send me Big Bang Mini last week, their colorful new fireworks-shooter for the Nintendo DS. This game is literally a blast, a polychromatic particle party you’ll definitely want to try. It’s colorful, addictive and best of all, original.

Big Bang Mini ships to stores tomorrow at the attractive price of $19.99, and we’ll have a full review to celebrate the release.

5 Responses to Big Bang Mini explosively colorful, addictive

  1. DaveRage says:

    For a game with a generically cheesy name this actually looks pretty cool. Curious to see your review.


  2. Brian says:

    All the online usuals seem to have it for $19.99. I wanted to have it in my hands right away, but $10.00 saved is $10.00 saved.

    I never got to play the PS2 launch game with the fireworks (Fantavision) so this will be my revenge.

  3. Brian says:

    Oh (raises hand) did you get the lenticular cover?

  4. Derek says:

    Sorry, Brian. Mistake on my part. It’s $19.99.

  5. Kannon says:

    The demo is on the DS channel. Its fairly long (and challenging) for a demo and really pulls you into the action fast.

    I think I’m gonna get it.

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