Review: Jack N’ Jill (Nintendo Switch)
Will you help reunite Jack N’ Jill? 140 levels and a bunch of mini games!. Once upon a time, Jack and Jill, went up the hill, to fetch a pail of water. It didn’t particularly end well for them, and to be honest, things aren’t exactly great for another Jack and Jill either.
- Charming retro-inspired graphics with a simple Black and White appearance.
- 53.7MB Download size.
- Platformer/runner gameplay.
- Controls- One button. Your character will move on its own and you just have to time the jumps.
- Seven worlds with 20 levels within each.
- Can replay levels.
- Play as either Jack or Jill.
- Finish worlds to unlock mini-games.
- Opening tutorial.
- Collect coins in levels to unlock harder challenges.
- Earn tickets in mini-games and challenges to buy new character models in the in-game shop.
- Simple gameplay.
- Easy controls.
- Chiptune soundtrack.
- Instant reloads upon death.
- Soundtrack wears out very quickly.
- Constant difficulty spikes.
- No touchscreen support.
- One trick pony.
- Little replay value especially if you do not want the extra challenges.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 5/105/10
- Accessability - 8/108/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
straightforward concept. You press start, Character moves automatically and you just press a button to avoid obstacles and do a bit of platforming. It does it well and does have some great level designs but it can get punished quickly. It is a fun game though and one that plays better on the handheld I just wish it didn’t take so much work to get such little rewards.