This game is rated PEGI 3
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Posted: 10 months ago, last updated 9 days ago.
Play is wide ranging but most often you are tinkering around in the world a bit like a point-and-click adventure. You can adjust the ariel on the TV for a better picture. Or maybe play the piano, or a WarioWare style mini game. You can head outside and hunt for bugs and birds. You do this as the main two characters, or if you prefer take on the persona of a bird-eating cat or prophesying flea.
It's a game that opens up more possibilities the more you explore. Every item you find goes straight into your inventory in case it comes in handy later. You can combine items to achieve a range of helpful things.
"When you take a closer look, everything is an adventure," say the developers. They have created a unique game that stands out not just because it looks unusual and plays strangely, but because it creates a sense of intrigue in the player. It's a game that invites investigation and poking-around-in unlike many others we've played.
7+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Younger children connect to the peculiar looking game. Although some help is needed, there are lots of hints that pop-up to move you in the right direction.
The core story of the game is very casually paced to be accessible to a much wider range of players, while some of the optional mini-games and side quests may be significantly more demanding. Also, the game offers hints every minute or so, which you can also access via the hint button.
Players should be able to experience the full story without encountering any fail states.
Reaction time is pretty light although you do need to time responses for the WarioWare style boss battle and the fishing minigame. Similarly the only point to lose progress or be under pressure are the minigame sections. A few of the 25 minigames requires a button hold or rapid pressing, but you can still complete the game if you fail these.
Required controls are always on the screen for you.
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