Xango Tango

  • 48 exotic scenes.
  • 12 exciting power-ups.
  • Endless gameplay.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7
  • CPU : 600MHz or faster Processor
  • Memory : 128

Review for game Xango Tango

Help amazing toy robot Xango find his upgrade parts in this brain-stretching, 3D animated action puzzler adventure. Three game modes guarantee many hours of action, puzzling and relaxing fun. Match three colored crates and watch 'em explode in Classic mode. Solve brain-twisting puzzles in Puzzle mode. Play without time pressure in Relax mode. Exotic landscapes, lively tango music and wacky dances make Xango Tango fun for the whole family. Help Xango find all of his parts to see the surprise ending!

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

October 27, 2006

Game Rank

3193 points

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Hilarious dancing robot + match 3
September 14, 2012

This is a wonderful gem of a game. The screenshots don't do it justice at all. You are treated to very attractive scenes, especially in the first levels, where they are tropical. Then you have a very cute robot, albeit a little pixelated. The robot tosses colored crates which you direct by clicking on the crate you wish to replace, making matches of 3 or more. This game will recognize L or T matches, which help you win a level faster. When you win the level, the robot goes into a fabulously funny but cool dance. (I should look so good on the dance floor.) And the dance keeps changing, so it's worth it just to play to see what moves the robot will come up with next. If you choose the Relax mode, it allows you to practice, and the level never ends. That also means you don't get anywhere but level 1. In order to play the game through, you have to choose the Classic or Puzzle mode. Unfortunately, these two are timed, which is why the game lost 1 star, as I like stress-free games. That said, I was able to do okay, only needing to repeat a handful of levels because I ran out of time. That's why I'd suggest starting off with the Relax mode to develop your moves. In the timed modes, you don't have a lot of time to think about how to arrange the boxes for matching. Once you finish a group of levels, you get to upgrade the robot, and those upgrades add different characteristics to freshen up the game. Power ups also appear frequently. Definitely give this a try, if only for the hilarious dancing robot. (Game designers: consider enhancing the robot graphics for 2012, add an untimed game mode, and re-release. I'd also love a screensaver of the dancing robot!)

Xango Tango
January 9, 2012

This game can be challenging or lots of fun...you figure it out and it will be there 4 you....the music is not blaring but has an uplifting quality...be sure of any settings you put in I thought the game looked easy and I put myself in as an expert...little did I know I overrated MYSELF...changed it to normal had a better time???

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