One Person Story Review
Posted: 18 months ago, last updated 3 months ago.
Sometimes there is pain, like when our little hero crushes on spikes. But friends always help and open the doors that stop us – so we can keep moving on. Thinking hard always offers solutions to our problems.
The metaphor is a little forced at times, but for younger players this is actually a novel way to raise questions about civility, challenge and perseverance. The game itself is enough fun (and frustration) to be played to the end of the 100 levels.
Skill RatingThis game is enjoyed by 7-11 year-olds as it's a good match for their ability and maturity.
Our One Person Story Accessibility Report documents 17 accessibility features:
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