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Pretty Girls Panic!

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General Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchAug 26, 2021
PCDec 19, 2016

Developers: Zoo Corporation, EastAsiaSoft

Publishers: Zoo Corporation, EastAsiaSoft

Genres: Arcade, Puzzle

Socially conservative sea creatures have constructed a water-filled screen to hide the Pretty Girls from view. Don’t panic! Use your special tool to capture sections of the barrier and remove them, freeing the girl waiting for you on the other side. Girls have different outfits in each stage to reward your success. Just don’t get caught – if a sea creature crosses your path, your tool will be broken! Meet 13 Pretty Girls across 50 stages! With each challenge you clear, commemorative photos will be added to your Gallery for casual viewing. Can you complete them all? Features: • Uncover the girls hidden behind water-filled screens. • Remove 75% or more of the barrier to clear each stage. • Dodge sea creatures that try to break your tools! • View unlocked images in the Gallery. • Capture larger zones to score more points!

Pretty Girls Panic! Critic Reviews

Like the other Zoo Corporation games, Pretty Girls Panic! is never going to be held up as some great masterpiece of gaming or anything like that — but it is a solid, enjoyable, arcade-style casual game that will keep you busy for a few minutes at a time when you just fancy a quick play with something.

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6 / 10

Qix meets the Pretty Girls "universe," in an arcade-style, casual-friendly title that's pretty enjoyable, although it won't win any awards for its originality. As for the titular cuties, there's a nice enough number of them to unlock, as well as a few costumes, but other entries in the series have been much better in terms of variety.

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For a homage to a game from the 80's, faithfully recreating a gameplay system that was invented 40 years ago, Pretty Girls Panic! feels like a modern, funky game. The anime aesthetic is gorgeous and current, although the developers really should have done something about the quality of the sprites, and the fussy outlines from the relatively low resolution of those sprites are unforgivable given that they are the entire hook behind the game. There are also not that many stages, but with that said Pretty Girls Panic! also has plenty of replay value and an excellent leaderboard system for such a minimal price. Most compelling of all, though, is the fact that the game is an uncomplicated and well-done take on Qix. Qix is the kind of game that doesn't need developers to mess around with it, and to the great credit of Pretty Girls Panic!'s developer, they've let the base game stand for itself.

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