Lil Gator Game Review (Nintendo Switch OLED)
For our Lil Gator Game Review, we are in a world that is really big especially when you’re a Lil gator… Good thing it’s also full of friends! There’s a buddy atop every hill in this open-world, movement-focused adventure and they all seem to need help! Bop cardboard baddies, brave serene hills and forests, and scale sheer rocks that only a kid would dare!
Lil Gator Game Review Pros:
- Beautiful graphics.
- 426MB download size.
- 3D adventure game.
- Tutorial signs as you play.
- Pixel filter – smooth and low-res crunchy.
- Controller and accessibility settings – camera smoothing, Invert axis and sensitivity sliders, re Centre camera, hold the button for auto attack, interact buttons, and camera distance slider.
- A lovable main character who wants to play adventures with his friends.
- 3 save slots.
- Play how you want.
- Basic combat with a shield to ride around on.
- Enemies are cardboard cutouts and you have to find them.
- Defeated enemies and loot chests drop crafting materials.
- Unlock new abilities like gliding, shield riding, and ragdolling as you play.
- Craft new weapons and hats.
- Stamina-based system for climbing.
- Such a wholesome experience.
- Optional side objectives can be found from fetch quests to timed races etc.
- Likable bunch of characters.
- Multiple choice encounters.
- A beautiful bright world with really nice locations and views to gawk at.
- Full 3D camera control.
- Make new friends.
Lil Gator Game Review Cons:
- Cannot rebind controls.
- Sometimes you can feel lost.
- Is aimed more at younger players.
- Can feel a bit mediocre in places.
- Doesn’t suit extended play sessions.
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Developer: Playtonic Friends
Publisher: Playtonic Friends
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- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10