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Day after day. Game after game. Some days I wonder what is the point. Products come out, and it starts to feel like an assembly line. After all Family Friendly Gaming has reviewed thousands upon thousands of products. Each one is someone's idea for a good time within a digital world. As games blur together I wonder why I bother.

I know there are millions of ya'll out there reading what we write. I know Family Friendly Gaming Nation is a diverse bunch. I know there are a variety of reasons for reading our reviews. I am being real and sentimental in this review. Will some people be bothered by that? Sure. If it bothers you, acknowledge I am being artistic.

Armillo woke me up from my trudging through mentality. This downloadable only Wii U game is filled with charm. We play a rollable character who can jump, and spin dash through objects (like rocks). He saves little floating blue guys who can be used in a weapon to attack enemies. This little blue guys also hack computers to allow us to progress through gates.

You know game Armillo reminds me of immediately? Super Mario Galaxy. Why? Because Armillo has neat planets that we roll around on. This environment is more fun than it sounds since many of the planets are mazes. One way directional walls, speed boosts, and more face us in this home console video game. There are some violent acts performed in Armillo.

The storyline in Armillo is engaging and interesting. We are fighting off aliens who are trying to destroy these other worlds. They kidnap our brother. How could they? They also brainwash our brother into becoming an enemy against us. Again, how could they?

The five worlds in Armillo cost a measily $5.99. Which is a really low price for such a high quality game. I wish Armillo came in a physical copy. Maybe at some point in the future Fuzzy Wuzzy Games will do that, or some compilation disc.

In a gaming industry of massive amounts of clones, and copies it is nice to play something fresh like Armillo. I hope to see sequels to Armillo in the near future. It was a joy and a pleasure for me to be able to play Armillo on the Wii U. It has me hopeful for the future of video games.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Wii U
Publisher: Fuzzy Wuzzy Games
Developer: Fuzzy Wuzzy Games
Rating: ‘E' - for Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Fantasy Violence}

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