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Marsupilami: Hoobadventure

Rating Summary

Based on 9 critic reviews
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75

Top Critic Average

78%

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General Information

Available on:Xbox OneNov 16, 2021
PlayStation 4Nov 16, 2021
PCNov 16, 2021
Nintendo SwitchNov 16, 2021

Developer: Ocellus Studio

Publishers: Microids, Maximum Games

Genre: Platformer

Punch, Twister and Hope are three Marsupilamis who live a peaceful life in Palombia. While the three companions open a cursed sarcophagus by playing with debris on a beach, they inadvertently release a mysterious ghost that puts a terrible curse on all animals. Fortunately for them, the Marsupilamis are immune. Our three heroes will have to go on an adventure and chase the ghost in order to ward off the spell. Features: - 3 different worlds. - 20+ levels. - Adjustable difficulty for more challenge. - Refined graphics, a colorful art style and immersive environments. - A Chrono mode to break records. - Discover and collect bonuses to unlock secret levels.

Marsupilami: Hoobadventure Critic Reviews

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A truly surprisingly high-quality platformer with top-tier controls and level design. It's only let down by its extreme brevity and its bloated price tag.

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‎Perhaps a little more ambition is missing in the whole. And is that although it has very good things and a great aesthetic, it is not comparable to its references or other titles of outstanding manufacture, such as the Ori saga. Marsupilami Hoobadventure stays in a kind of manual conformity. As if the budget did not give for more. And it's really a shame, because with a push putting a couple of more worlds, cinematic or an animated story with the real-time graphics engine and little else, surely we could also talk about one of the best 2.5D platforms of its style.‎

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Marsupilami: Hoobadventure feels like a child-oriented Donkey Kong Country-like. Way more accessible and easier than the original formula, it will give to the youngest players a glimpse of what is to come, with its many secrets and evolutive yet conformist level design.

Review in French | Read full review

While there’s some disparity between Marsupilami – Hoobadventure‘s target audience and its difficulty spikes, there’s no denying that there’s an excellent 2D platformer here, suitable for all ages. For fans of Crash Bandicoot and Rayman, you’ll find a lot to love in this charming and surprisingly beautiful adventure – even if you aren’t familiar with its long-tailed protagonist.

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Marsupilami – Hoobadventure l Trailer l Microids & Ocellus Studio

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Marsupilami – Hoobadventure l Trailer NA l Microids & Ocellus Studio

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