The intrepid Captain Toad sets off on his own adventure for the very first time through a wide variety of tricky, enemy-infested, maze-like stages to find hidden gems and nab elusive gold stars.
The first thing I thought of when starting up Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker was the thing about Toad not having a gender. If that’s the case, why are there gender stereotypes in the first couple of seconds of the intro? There’s a pink Toad that’s obviously a girl… I didn’t have much time to dwell on that, though. Puzzles required my attention, and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is chock-full of mazes, hidden gems, gold stars and enemies. Taking a gameplay element from last year’s Super Mario 3D World, Treasure Tracker is an expansion of that gameplay developed into a full game. Players guide Toad through mazes and levels in pursuit of gems, stars, coins and gold mushrooms. Toad can’t jump or attacks, so you’ll have to use the... Read Review