Drill Dozer

released on Sep 22, 2005

In the platformer Drill Dozer, you can take the roll of Jill, the daughter of a crime boss who is set on revenge. When a rival gang steals away her family's heirloom, Jill gives chase in her Drill Dozer, an upgradeable piece of power armor equipped with a large drill. This piece of equipment will help you navigate through six different areas, where you will encounter varied enemies and bosses.

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Not a fan of this game honestly. The motion controls and tilting of the GBA do not blend well honestly. The music is fine and the graphics are nice but the pace of the game is slow and not very dynamic. I sold my copy and do not regret it.

It's been ages since I've replayed this one, but I still remember how dope the ending was
I would literally kill for a hack that disables the 3rd gear song though

One of those "hidden gems" whose merit is overstated online. It's a cute, zesty platformer with a neat gimmick, and a fairly cool final boss fight.

i love game man so relaxing
so stress inducing

The first three worlds are extremely easy to the point where I was referring to this game as "literally for toddlers." The last three worlds shift between "literally for toddlers" and "annoying trial-and-error." The moment to moment platforming is nothing special. The best part of the game is getting 3rd Gear because holding the button and hitting guys actually feels satisfying. Getting 3rd Gear is also the worst because you usually have it for so long that you get to used to it, and then it resets you back to 1st Gear every level. It's a neat idea to have the same kind of progression every level, but ultimately I didn't feel that it added much. There was maybe one time any exploration ended in me going "Oh, I need to go back and find 2nd/3rd Gear because I can't progress." If there was more of that, maybe the game would've been more fun. It also does that platforming thing where some bosses are fought in completely different ways than you'd be used to from playing the game for hours prior. One of them is a maze that you navigate by flying, which is kinda cool, but the flying controls just aren't very good. The fish boss was fine, but it suffered from being way too simple (like the entire game up to that point). Overall, it's just not a super enjoyable game and I don't think you should pick it up if you're not really curious what that one assist trophy in Brawl is about.

Me disseram que era um clássico perdido do GBA mas achei só mediano, o controle é bom e é legal usar a broca para resolver os quebra-cabeças, mas é um jogo bem simples com pouco destaque.