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Aksys Games is really branching out with their publishing of video games. Gabbuchi is a fine example of this. I have no idea where this game came from. I have no idea what possessed h.a.n.d. Inc. to develop Gabbuchi. What I do know is this is a fun little puzzle game. Gabbuchi forces families to look at problems from different perspectives.

We can create our own levels in Gabbuchi if you are done with the one hundred and eighty levels that come with this downloadable only video game. Gabbuchi can be found on the Personal Computer (Steam), and Playstation 4. Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for Gabbuchi on the Playstation 4. I am thankful for that.

Gabbuchi is pretty small in terms of download size. This video game is only 121.5 megabytes in size. It will not eat up a lot of hard drive space. Gabbuchi looks like a Gameboy game in some ways. We have black and white mainly in Gabbuchi. There is a bit of color with the pinkish red blocks. Graphically Gabbuchi does not impress.

The music is really catchy in Gabbuchi. I loved listening to it while solving the levels. That one person clapping after beating a level was a bit weird though. The goal in Gabbuchi is simple. Find and eat the heart shaped cookie. We can also eat blocks and other food in Gabbuchi. If we are white and the block is white then we will eat it. If we are white and the block is pinkish red then we can stand on it.

Can you see some of the gameplay mechanics in Gabbuchi? When you first start to play this game you must go through a quick tutorial which explains the controls, and gives you some insight onto why it is a good idea to not eat all of the blocks in a level. You will not always be able to get to higher places if you eat all of them.

I had fun playing Gabbuchi on the Playstation 4. This puzzle video game can get frustrating and difficult at times. Thankfully we unlock new worlds pretty quickly. Not every single level needs to be played in Gabbuchi if you get stuck somewhere. I hope to see more games like Gabbuchi in the future. I wonder what a 3D Gabbuchi would be like.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 70%
Sounds: 85%
Replay/Extras: 100%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%

System: PC/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Aksys Games
Developer: h.a.n.d. Inc.
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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