Car Quest Review (Nintendo Switch)

Car Quest is a clever little game. Imagine Rocket League, Super Monkey Ball and Monument Valley had a baby.

In Car Quest, you control… a car, who has to drive around Blocktaria in order to restore the world to its former glory. To do this, you must uncover several ‘artefacts’, that unlock new areas in the main hub that eventually lead to new areas, or ‘realms’, and also gradually your guide ‘Lord Blockstar’ remembers more about himself, and the world around him.

At the start, the game does feel a little bare bones, and the home world feels empty. However, the more you play, the more you explore and unlock meaning that it genuinely does feel like you’re restoring the world. The puzzles don’t vary much from ‘Find the next artefact’ but the ways you have to find them are very clever at times, and are surprisingly challenging.

Despite almost Metroid levels of backtracking, the game only feels repetitive in the beginning; as soon as the main hub opens up you can zoom around finding artefacts and pieces for the museum, and it feels very nice indeed. It runs very smoothly too, and with simple but effective graphics, it also looks great, and is a perfect fit on Switch.

Car Quest is a lovely puzzle game, and definitely worth a few hours of your time.

81%

Car Quest is out now on the Nintendo eShop for £7.69.

I was sent ‘Car Quest’ free of charge in exchange for a review.
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