Review: Eggggg – The platform puker (Nintendo Switch)
Gilbert has an extreme allergy to eggs. Eating them will literally make him vomit like a fountain. He escapes from his mean aunt Doris in order to get to a birthday party and needs to use his vomiting superpower to survive a world of angry cyborg chickens… of course.
- Eggggg – The platform puker has cartoon graphics.
- 403mb download size.
- Touchscreen support.
- Runner/puzzle gameplay.
- Game- you continuously move and can wall jump, change.direction etc.
- Options- music/sfx and display time.
- Day and night levels.
- Night levels are more difficult and pile on the enemies.
- Collectibles–nuggets and eggs, collect 3 eggs and 50+ nuggets within a level to avoid time penalties.
- Clever level design.
- Opens up new mechanics as you play.
- Eggggg – The platform puker uses a world map level select.
- Can replay levels.
- Your best time is displayed on each level.
- Good loading times.
- Eggggg – The platform puker is difficult.
- Boss type encounters.
- Plenty of checkpoints.
- Has an Adult Swim feel to it, more in terms of the visuals and animations.
- You play a character that vomits all the time, this is used to jump and fill up holes to reach higher levels.
- Eggggg – The platform puker has a lot of Replayability.
- No leaderboard support.
- Lacks full explanations/tutorial.
- The timing aspect is very unrewarding and flat.
- Learning curve mostly aimed at how to time jumps
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessability - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Eggggg – The platform puker is a platformer with a difference. It combines a free runner with pinpoint platforming. But you need to have a strong stomach, unlike our lead character. For he pukes all the time and fills up holes to swim up higher and all sorts.Eggggg – The platform puker is a fantastic almost Adult Swim looking game with solid animations and great level design. Multiple routes and secrets mean you always have a reason to come back. Not having leaderboards or a solid tutorial is a letdown and it will take a while to get used to how it plays but you get there and get a decent little game.