Ibb and Obb Review kukugames

  •  Genre: Platform
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  • single and multi player
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  • Similar games: Little Big Planet
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Design


positives
few configurations needed before we start
online scores and leaderboards in single player
no delays from loading
if we lose, restarting is very fast
stages are connected and action is never interrupted
negatives
no worthy optional secrets and items to find
without cooperation with a player, controls are very hard and it’s not so interesting

Gameplay


positives
effective handling
adds new ideas to the genre
simple controls
interesting puzzles
we are getting used to controls immediately
puzzle variety
very challenging platforming

Graphics


positives
artstyle
atmosphere
simple graphics that fit to the game
negatives
more variety of background graphics needed

Sound


positives
sound effects
character's shouts
relaxing music

Cooperative online against CPU


negatives

few people available online even in the pick hours
connection quality vastly affect handling accuracy and gameplay

Cooperative offline


positives
cooperation is obligatory to progress, this makes multiplayer unique for its kind
negatives
in multiplayer both players need to be very experienced to progress
Conclusion - Rating

equal with the best games of its genre in
many sections


wiki

ibb and obb is a puzzle platform video game developed by Sparpweed Games for PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows. It began as Richard Boesers graduation project and debuted at IndieCade in 2008.[1]
The green creature, ibb, and the pink creature, obb, travel through a world divided by a thin horizon line; on either side of the barrier, everything is inverted and gravity works in opposite directions.[2] The game is focused on cooperative play and the two characters must work closely together to progress through the game.[3]

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