Kissy Kissy Preview
Posted: 8 months ago, last updated 4 days ago.
"As any parent knows, some children would rather run away and hide than kiss their grandparents, and as a granny, I found it so funny I made a game about it," says creator Constance Fleuriot.
It's a game played from a child’s perspective, and as well as being fun to play, offers unusual themes around body autonomy. It deliberately requires two players to work together by building dens as safe spaces to hide away from the kissy grandparents. And gently teaches that it's important to listen to children's wishes and it's okay to say no if you won't want to be kissed, even if it's a grandparent.
Does not have an official rating yet. The developer says that it is appropriate for children of any age. "The most violent thing you can do is throw a banana skin or drop a toy brick. Although I should warn that it may lead to den-building in the sitting room."
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