Pop-up Pilgrims

Dakko Dakko

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
61
Top Critic Average
15%
Critics Recommend
Based on 13 critic reviews
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Pop-up Pilgrims

Rating Summary

Based on 13 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

61

Top Critic Average

15%

Critics Recommend

Based on 13 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation VRFeb 13, 2018

Developer: Dakko Dakko

Genre: Platformer

Put on your PS VR headset and use the simple controls to guide the pilgrims around each beautifully drawn stage. Choose a layer, and then wherever you look, your cloud cursor follows. Press a button, and the nearest pilgrim will leap towards it. Use this simple system to manage multiple pilgrims at the same time, but be careful you don’t send them hurtling into an enemy’s path – or worse, off the sides of the islands completely!

A second player can help guide you on your adventure by watching on the Social Screen and offering advice. Or they can pick up a second controller and take command of BORB, the Cloud Pig! BORB can shift between layers freely, collecting items and helpfully (or sometimes not so helpfully!) pushing pilgrims around as she goes!

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Eurogamer

No Recommendation / Blank
Eurogamer

This unique twist on VR is just a bit too easy.

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TheSixthAxis

6 / 10
Jim Hargreaves

Pop-Up Pilgrims is far from a must-have for PlayStation VR though helps demonstrate the tech's implementation in terms of clever gameplay mechanics and not just immersive dioramas.

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IGN Italy

7.7 / 10.0
IGN Italy

Challenging enough, Pop-Up Pilgrims is a pleasant puzzle-platform with Lemmings in its DNA and a discretely exploited VR.

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Gaming Nexus

6.5 / 10.0
Gaming Nexus

Pop-up Pilgrims is a beautiful and charming game that is pleasant for a time, until players discover that it carries some backdoor punishments for not getting perfect scores on every level. Compounding the issue, the game never explains this unfortunate mechanic, instead allowing the player to discover how things work when they are already in the midst of their punitive levels. There is no question that the game is well made, and fans of Lemmings-style games will probably find something to love here, Pop-up Pilgrims left me more frustrated than entertained.

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