Little Triangle Reviews
Charming, challenging yet never frustrating to the levels of the designed to do so Super Meat Boy, this little triangle that could might just turn you into a geometry fan for life. Recommended from every angle.
Little Triangle's single player and multiplayer options would both be worth checking out on their own. Together, they form quite a package. Despite a relatively short adventure, the platforming is fun, challenging, and loaded with replay value. Frenzied multiplayer battles, meanwhile, are almost a bigger draw than the single player. Fans of Duck Game in particular should heavily consider adding Little Triangle to their library. Overcoming a few minor issues in presentation, the end result is an excellent game that is worth a serious look for anyone who enjoys ballistic local multiplayer or intense precision platforming.
Having never heard of Little Triangle to this point I was a bit surprised at how challenging and deep it is. With very solid platforming mechanics, some challenging level designs, secrets practically everywhere you look, and some very challenging boss fights it is has a substantial amount of content for its price of admission. If you’re an old-school 2D platforming fan you owe it to yourself to give it a spin.
Little Triangle is a simple, yet gruelling, 2D platformer but the loose controls of the Joy-Con means that playing in handheld mode is probably not recommended.
It's definitely a solid platformer with a little humor here and there, but that's about it. What it does have is well implemented though, and the options to play with a friend combined with the natural ease of using Joy-Con make it a great pick-up-and-play game for any occasion. Although there is no unique hook or ground-breaking ideas, Little Triangle is a good title to scratch that platforming itch.