Ginger The Tooth Fairy Review (Steam)

Ginger The Tooth Fairy Review

In ourGinger The Tooth Fairy Review we try and Help Ginger in her Tooth Fairy quest in this cute, educational, and fun platformer for all ages. Cute graphics and catchy music, fun gameplay, and hidden secrets will put a smile on your face.

Ginger The Tooth Fairy Review Pros:

  • Pixel art graphics.
  • 252.14MB Download size.
  • Full controller support.
  • Platformer gameplay.
  • Graphics settings – fullscreen and windowed.
  • Helpful teeth health-related tips will pop up in-game and on the menus.
  • The main hall is used for selecting levels.
  • Collect toothpaste.
  • Big bright color scheme.
  • Collect teeth to open up new levels.
  • DENT – collect the letters for a bonus.
  • Two hits then you’re dead.
  • Kill enemies by jumping on them.
  • Collecting a tooth will trigger a dance and then you get kicked back to the level entrance.

Ginger The Tooth Fairy Review Cons:

  • No graphics settings.
  • Cannot rebind controls.
  • No Steam achievements.
  • No tutorials or guidance.
  • No checkpoints so death means a full-level restart.
  • The mouse cursor stays on the screen when using the controller.
  • Collecting a tooth finishes your run and puts you back to the entrance.
  • Little replay value.
  • The jump feels a bit squishy.
  • If you get triggered by whistling then your not going to enjoy any of the music and effects.
  • To enter doors you have to press down on the d-pad despite using the stick for everything.

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Ginger The Tooth Fairy:

Official website.

Developer: ERMedia

Publisher: Plug In Digital 

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  • 7/10
    Graphics - 7/10
  • 5/10
    Sound - 5/10
  • 6/10
    Accessibility - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Length - 6/10
  • 5/10
    Fun Factor - 5/10


I’m all for dental hygiene and supplying information on the subject so a platformer promoting this seems a good idea. The problem is the actual game parts are not good, the platforming is very basic with the jump feeling a bit squishy and delayed making the many jumps a right pain. You get no guidance or tutorials so you have to make it up as you go, the rooms for level select are in some stupid doesn’t make sense order and you can only get hit twice by an enemy before death. I just couldn’t get on with it because aside from the controls and level design, the music, the music has constant whistles going off, and even entering a door triggers a whistle. I didn’t hate whistling before but I do now! The health part of the game makes it less appealing to younger players which is a shame, Yes you can increase the hit points but it’s a big ask as they could easily look past my shallow hatred of whistling and controls, I mean it’s a cute bunny talking about dental hygiene but with such a crazy mechanic, kids just won’t put up with that. Ginger The Tooth Fairy is a game where you would rather keep the tooth.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!