The Many Pieces of Mr. Coo Review (PlayStation)

In the Many Pieces of Mr. Coo Review, we play a whimsical point’n’click adventure with a surrealist story, astounding hand-drawn animations, and hilarious puzzles. Mr. Coo is trapped and broken into pieces. But most of all, he has no idea of what’s going on. Is that a giant chicken over there?

The Many Pieces of Mr. Coo Review Pros:

  • Beautiful cartoon graphics.
  • 4.44GB download size.
  • Platinum trophy.
  • Works on Playstation 5.
  • Point-and-click gameplay.
  • Frame-by-frame animation style that pops.
  • Puzzles throughout.
  • Well well-presented and moves really well with well-executed camera cuts and angles.
  • Hint book to help.
  • Excellent soundtrack.
  • Very simple controls.
  • It’s a fantastic watch and has you wanting to play on it just to keep watching.
  • You can fast-forward the credits in the menu but not skip them.
  • The puzzles feel unique due to the nature of the puzzle itself.
  • You can replay puzzles.
  • When you have finished some puzzles and quit out, upon booting the game up you now get a puzzle select menu.
  • A game that very much rewards the observant and curious.

The Many Pieces of Mr. Coo Review Cons:

  • No game settings.
  • Does suffer from the point-and-click curse of just moving the cursor around until the pointer changes.
  • If you accidentally click the credits button you get loading then Unskippable credits then loading screens.
  • You can only use the hints book once.
  • Some of the puzzles have many layers to them and it can get quite confusing.
  • No tutorials.
  • Not always sure what to do as you have to find the hints book in the first place.

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The Many Pieces of Mr. Coo:

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Developer: Gammera Nest

Publisher: Meridiem Games

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  • 9/10
    Graphics - 9/10
  • 8/10
    Sound - 8/10
  • 7/10
    Accessibility - 7/10
  • 8/10
    Length - 8/10
  • 8/10
    Fun Factor - 8/10


“The Many Pieces of Mr. Coo” is a point-and-click game that stands out with its beautiful cartoon graphics and frame-by-frame animation style.

The game is well-presented with well-executed camera cuts and angles, and it moves really well, making it a fantastic watch. The excellent soundtrack and very simple controls add to the immersive experience. The game features puzzles throughout, each unique and layered, rewarding the observant and curious player. A hint book is provided to assist players, although it can only be used once.

However, the game does have some drawbacks. It suffers from the typical point-and-click gameplay issue of moving the cursor around until the pointer changes. Also, if you accidentally click the credits button, you are subjected to loading screens and unskippable credits. Some puzzles can get quite confusing due to their many layers, and there are no tutorials to guide players. Additionally, finding the hints book can be a challenge as players are not always sure what to do next.

Despite these minor issues, “The Many Pieces of Mr. Coo” offers a unique gaming experience that keeps players engaged and wanting to play. It is also a hard game to write about without spoiling anything as it is very much a game you need to experience everything yourself.

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!