Posted: 2 years ago, last updated 10 weeks ago.
With sticky feet you get to defy gravity and explore where ever you want. You have a small arsenal of tools for solving the puzzles in each level. Environments are quite diverse, with different objectives and challenges in each. Guided by a remote instructor you will hack computers, meddle with security systems, defuse bombs and much more. Gameplay is non-violent and the tone of the game is light-hearted and comical with an occasional bit of suspense.
Collectible stickers are scattered around the different destinations and are a bit trickier to come by, while the difficulty level of the main quest is a bit towards the casual side which makes it a fun and kid-friendly game. Controls are simple and quick too, but expect some spatial confusion due to controls being switched when climbing upside-down or around corners. The adaptive locomotion designed for the little spidery robot is an impressive technical achievement.
You can play this game in the following styles:
7+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Younger players need to get used to moving around a 3D world. There is also some sequencing and puzzle solving skill required.
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