Bouncy Bob

Oct 24, 2017 - PC, Nintendo Switch

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Critics Recommend

8 / 20
Nintendo Life
4 / 10
Pure Nintendo
5.5 / 10
3 / 10
Nindie Spotlight
5.5 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Bouncy Bob


8 / 20

Boucy Bob is not a good indie game. He has still some ideas, and it sell price is cheap. But this doesn't explain the lacks shown within': the one single button gameplay could have been a good idea, but is the main limitation of the title as well. Furthermore, with a small number of levels and a very weak multiplayer mode, Bouncy Bob is even more limited. Instead of bouncing, that game falls flat like an old football after a few hours.

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Bouncy Bob attempts to demonstrate how a simple idea of a one-button control mechanic can be fun and accessible. But it's met with shortfalls aplenty.

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Bouncy Bob's cumbersome movement combined with remarkably fast-moving enemies makes the game difficult to recommend to most people. But anyone with large amounts of patience who's searching for a strategic platformer with simple controls will enjoy the game. Despite its already low price, the amount of content in the game is still very thin so anyone interested in buying should wait for a sale

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I can't think of a single redeeming feature about this game. It's about as entertaining as a night out in Milton Keynes. Poor controls, lazy graphics, very little gameplay and everything is just a long, drawn out frustratio

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The game’s action thus revolves around aiming Bob’s jump to get up to higher ground, bouncing off of zombies’ heads, flying into power-ups that will periodically refresh, and flapping his arms wildly to exhibit what little control he can to prolong his life and the current run...

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