Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Switch Review

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Switch Review

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch has shown being a better home for most Wii U games versus the Wii U, and from now on a similar can be said for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. The adorable puzzle game feels as creative because it did years in the past, and the Switch release is both graphically gorgeous and mechanically sound. There isn’t a lot of new content, but make no mistake, here is the definitive option to play Captain Toad.

If you became of miss the video game to start with, the crux of Captain Toad is solving miniature self-contained puzzle levels. The sport plays out as three different books which involve either Toad or Toadette happening an expedition to save lots of the opposite, and locate treasure however. There isn’t much story, as you’d expect, but a few cute cutscenes do highlight the experience. The center of attention here though comes with the brilliant diorama puzzles, which feel incredibly unique, and oftentimes sport unique mechanics.


  • The diorama puzzles still feel wonderfully unique and imaginative.
  • New Mario Odyssey levels are fantastic additions.
  • Ability to relax and play co-op is not difficult but nice.
  • One extremely visually striking games on Switch.
  • The game plays great in handheld mode.


  • A relatively short experience that only gets a few hours to conquer.
  • Removal of Mario 3D World levels.
  • Not a large number of new content.

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