Cookies Must Die Review
Posted: 13 months ago, last updated 5 months ago.
Unlike other platform games, you control your character by dragging a finger on the touch screen to repeatedly aim and throw yourself around. As the game progresses you will face different types of confectionary which is increasingly difficult to defeat. Cookies Must Die is simplistic in concept but satisfying in its difficulty, ideal for pre-teens to play on their phones and other mobile devices.
It does feature adverts and therefore requires an internet connection to work.
Cookies Must Die
This game is free to play. Additional in-game purchases are offered for items that enhance the experience. Some of these purchases (known as 'loot boxes') are for a chance of getting rare/higher-value items although common/lower-value items are more frequent. Purchases for gems to advance in the game up to £48 in one purchase. The game also includes adverts for other apps on both Android and iOS.
Rated 12+ on Apple App Store for frequent cartoon and fantasy violence.
Although text is generally large and on contrast background, picking weapons has smaller text and some on not-contrasting background.
Our Cookies Must Die Accessibility Report documents 19 accessibility features:
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