Not all video games are created equal. Some games are just better
than others. That thought rolled around in my head while I played Runny
Egg. Do you know what Runny Egg reminds me of? Early Sonic the Hedgehog,
or 16-bit Mario video games. Runny Egg has that feel to the game. Runny
Egg also has a great flow with extremely long levels. There are multiple
paths in Runny Egg.
Plenty of rubber duckies to collect in Runny Egg. Collecting one hundred lets your egg hatch into a little bird for a few moments. Then your character is invulnerable. He will turn back into an egg when it wears off. Between levels players can level up health, speed, and the hardness of their egg. The screen uses the highly offensive, divisive, and controversial 'evolution' word. That word does not accurately describe what is happening in my book. I wish a less controversial word has been chosen on that screen.
Players learn about recipes and a variety of food related concepts while playing Runny Egg. Taking damage somehow helps us make breakfast. Don't question it, because it never made any real sense to me either. I just know that going through these levels is a blast. Whether you have the 3D visuals on or not. Players can take damage in Runny Egg. The only way to hurt an enemy character is to go invulnerable, or to have them hurt themselves by falling into hot liquid or something like that.
The music in Runny Egg is very happy. It enhanced and improved an already fun action adventure side scrolling video game. The bosses in Runny Egg are fun to outwit. That is what we do to them too. We outwit them. We use them to break down barriers, to create a way for us to the exit, and more. Each level of Runny Egg contains three difficulty settings - easy, normal, and hard.
Almost every aspect of Runny Egg screams high quality. I thought this game was going to be an endless runner. Runny Egg is so much more. Runny Egg belongs in the mascot discussion with Sonic, Bonk, Mario, Crash, and more. I really hope there are sequels to Runny Egg in the future. This is a sleeper hit that I hope Family Friendly Gaming Universe supports. Plus the price of this downloadable only video game is only $1.99. A really good deal for one solid hand held video game.
Family Friendly Factor: 75%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Tom Create
Developer: Tom Create
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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