What if a post-apocalyptic world didn’t have to be dreary? Instead of a brooding bandit out for revengeance, you could be a child with no preconceptions? That shift in perspective changes what kind of game you have. This isn’t a wasteland, it’s a PLAYGROUND!
Whipseey and the Lost Atlas – Good Enough
Whoopsee, the word you say when you’ve just bought a one dollar eShop game and the existential guilt washes over you. Oh sorry, I meant to say Whipseey. Everything is fine here. We’re jumping right into the depths of the Nintendo Switch library now. I love platformers so I took the plunge on this when it was on sale for a dollar. Aesthetically it looks like a Kirby clone but the feel is more like a Game Boy Mario game if he had a whip. This game has 5 worlds so I’m going to make this review 5 paragraphs.
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Yoku’s Island Express – Pinball Platforming
Don’t mind me, I’m just a dung beetle doing my best. It’s a little hard to see with this big ball of poop in front of me, but I just roll with it. Life is all about perspective, and I take things with a side-on view. Getting from one place to another can be difficult, but life is all about the journey itself and I’m having a lot of fun.
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