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Developer: Ocellus Studio
Publishers: Microids, Maximum Games
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.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
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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