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Has anyone every told you to put your best foot forward? Critter Escape does that. We start this game by watching this critter chasing after a butterfly. He is enthralled with it. He wants to get it. And then BAM! He gets captured, and taken to a laboratory. They test things on him, and he uses a major buff up to escape.

Critter Escape gives us the choice of following the tutorial or trying to figure it out for ourselves. Not being the sharpest knife in the drawer I decided to go through the tutorial. We tap our little critter and draw a line where we want him to walk. We avoid guards, collect gems, and find our way through the mazes to the exits.

The power ups in Critter Escape are one of its best features. We can go ghost, and are not noticed. We can buff up into a super powered monster where we can plow through the guards. We can get a burst of speed where we are ultra fast. The guards in Critter Escape are not very intelligent. They follow a certain path, so we can usually follow them around and avoid detection.

Critter Escape does include some cartoon violence. We can fall into vats of toxic gunk, get whacked by the guards, and whack them (when we are all buffed up). By the way the power ups in Critter Escape only last a limited amount of time. The music in Critter Escape is relaxing. The game play is where this game really shines.

Critter Escape feels like a console game. The depth of the movies, personality of the characters, and long levels. There are one hundred and twenty levels to escape from in Critter Escape. Players can get a guard to chase them, walk over a closed vat of toxic goo to have the guard fall in. Critter Escape includes a variety of achievements and goals. Some levels we need to kill all the guards, and others we need to save all the prisoners. These do not need to be completed to beat a level.

I hope Chillingo publishes more games like Critter Escape in the coming months. I am pleased as punch that I was provided a download code to review Critter Escape on the iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad.
- Sam


Graphics: 82%
Sound: 76%
Replay/Extras: 84%
Gameplay: 94%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%
System: iPad/iPod Touch/iPhone
Publisher: Chillingo
ating:  ‘9+’ - 9+
{Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence}

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