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Poker Smash Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Poker Smash
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  • Genre:Card
  • Developer: Void Star Creations
  • Release Date:Feb 6, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Mild Language)
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Game Description:An action packed puzzle game with next-gen 3D graphics, Poker Smash is a blazing fast puzzle game with a poker twist. In Poker Smash, players rush to clear rows of cards by arranging them into poker hands. To keep things interesting Poker Smash offers card-blasting bombs and a super slow-motion trigger for players caught in a bind. The game features over 30 minutes of original music set against stunning visuals, and contains seven unique game modes, including: action, timed, puzzle, practice, custom playlist, split screen head-to-head and multiplayer tournaments. For the Achievement junkies, Poker Smash contains 12 Achievements with a total of 200 points, including: Score of the Gods, which requires gamers to reach 1,000,000 points; The Thinker, which requires gamers to unlock all puzzle groups; and Pack Rat, which is awarded after gamers unlock all 11 in-game themes.
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