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Birthday of Midnight

Petite Games , Ratalaika Games
Sep 29, 2020 - Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
Pure Nintendo
7 / 10
Nintendo Blast
6.5 / 10
Rapid Reviews UK
3 / 5
Nindie Spotlight
6.1 / 10
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Birthday of Midnight Trailers

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Birthday Of Midnight - Launch Trailer

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36 Fragments of Midnight - Nintendo Switch Launch Trailer

Birthday of Midnight Screenshots

Critic Reviews for Birthday of Midnight

While this series may never be more than what it is now, Birthday of Midnight still brings enjoyable gameplay to the table. It's a pretty safe sequel that fans will get a few hours of enjoyment out of for a fair price.

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Despite the limitations and problems with level design, Birthday of Midnight is recommended for lovers of more casual action-puzzle games. On the Switch, however, the portable experience can be somewhat compromised, due to the lack of precision of the controls, but nothing that can stop progress, since it is not a very challenging game. However, several issues hinder the experience: repetitiveness, the lack of creativity in level design, the lack of use of the proposed mechanics, among other things, such as the low level of challenges and the very short campaign.

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Ah, can you smell that? It smells like another Ratalika easy platinum trophy. Birthday of Midnight, which is a sequel to Midnight Deluxe, is a game about whacking a little funny shaped fellow into a hole. Think of golf but instead of a ball it is a little chap that seems to have a weird fascination with pain and holes.

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OK, being real this is the third Midnight game and the fact that the gameplay, music, and art are pretty well identical in them all is a bummer...

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