This game is rated PEGI 3
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Posted: 12 weeks ago, last updated 11 weeks ago.
Play evolves the Mario platform games by enabling you to transform you into different creatures, which grant specific abilities. It also changes how progression is measured (and saved). You can put checkpoints down where you need them. You can also revisit beaten levels to discover their liberated state, with new mechanical and environmental changes to uncover. There's also a hub town where you can find loads of side-quests and other challenges.
It feels tactile with its physics based platforming that enables you to chain different combinations of moves and take on combat the way you want to: push, pull and spin your enemies out of your way.
The result is a delightful world to explore, with a pixel-perfect platforming challenge. The different forms you can take on open up new ways to traverse and explore the level.
In the US, ESRB state: From a third-person perspective, players traverse platform environments while punching, pulling, and spinning enemies (e.g., robots, demons). Players use their spin attacks as well as grappling hooks to pull and smash enemies that generally cry out and evaporate into smoke when killed. Boss battles involve more protracted, close-up violence, sometimes depicting cannons that shoot fiery projectiles at players.
Skill Rating10+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game.
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