This game is rated PEGI 3
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Posted: 2 years ago, last updated 10 weeks ago.
Complete the main campaign with one or two players, then take a group into four-player Party Mode for an experience that works well in families. It's a simple idea really well executed.
You can play with one stick if playing multiplayer, but to play on your own each stick controls one of the robots.
The game signifies death with a vibration. Everything that's interact-able is colour coded and relatively clear. Vibration cannot be toggled off on PC.
The colour blind accessibility toggle is not available on the Xbox version of the game.
There are no sub titles on the Xbox version of the game
There is no difficulty setting, but you can add additional challenges to levels (something you have to unlock on Xbox) for greater difficulty. Levels start quite simply and get more challenging. It's a Low Pressure experience because the elements in the game don't move or progress unless you do.
Diversity and Inclusion
Gender and Sexuality:
Gender and Sexuality Choices: The gender and sexuality choices you can make for your character orientation and presentation in the game.
- Unrestricted Gender Presentation: You can wear clothing and present your character’s gender in any way regardless of their gender.
Gender Representation: The gender representation of the pre-defined characters you can play in the game.
- Play as Character without stated Gender:: The game’s protagonist’s gender is ambiguous and not stated.
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