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Mom Hid My Game




Mom Hid My Game 


Video games have a bad public image. There are school shooters, video game addiction, neglected children, and more. Please note some of this has been addressed in the Video Game Lies book. Click here to purchase that book. Mom Hid My Game pokes fun at mothers hiding video game systems from children that are obviously not mature enough to put them down and walk away.

We have a cursor on the screen in Mom Hid My Game that we move around. We interact with different objects. We find things to use. We try to find the game. We do all of this while trying to avoid being caught by mom. Mom Hid My Game made me feel disobedient and disrespectful to my elders. In my opinion parents should be respected, and obeyed. Disobedient children make the world a worse place to live in.

Graphically Mom Hid My Game shows its app roots. I like the music in Mom Hid My Game. There are others here at Family Friendly Gaming not impressed with the graphics or the music. I found some humor in Mom Hid My Game. Especially when the mother caught us doing evil, vile, and wicked things. What kinds of things? Like breaking vases, and snooping around where we are not supposed to be.

What we do in Mom Hid My Game can range. At times we need to check certain spots. Other times we have to guess when a time counter reaches a certain level. This has to be done by the player in their own head. Mom Hid My Game is generally pretty easy. There are levels like sixteen that gave me trouble. There are only a total of fifty levels in Mom Hid My Game. The Japanese voices made me laugh. Like looking at the Nickelback photograph.

The hand drawn art in Mom Hid My Game does not really have much animation. Mom Hid My Game is a clever little puzzle game that tries something different. Disrespecting your mother is a very taboo subject. Especially with the political correctness Nazis and their war on men. Even though I am not big on disrespecting parents I believe KEMCO has a right to sell Mom Hid My Game.
- Sam


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Nintendo 3DS/Nintendo Switch
Publisher: KEMCO
Developer: Kemco
Rating: 'E' - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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