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Family Friendly Gaming requested a reviewable copy of A Gummy's Life. We were provided a digital download code for A Gummy's Life on the Nintendo Switch. This party game is for two to eight people at the same time. You would need quite a few controllers to have that many people play on the Nintendo Switch. Which would set you back a pretty penny. A Gummy's Life is a very different kind of an indie game.

There is no single player option that I could find. According to the lenient ESRB only family members thirteen and older should play A Gummy's Life. This downloadable only party game is not for anyone under the age of 13 according to the ESRB. A Gummy's Life has a lot of violence, and there is plenty of blood. In fact your character can be drained of all of their color. Then they explode.

I wish A Gummy's Life had more to it than just fighting the other characters in these unique arenas. There are fifteen maps and plenty of odd characters to be played in A Gummy's Life. We can be a slice of cheese, a gummy bear, slice of watermelon and more. There are plenty of odd sounds in A Gummy's Life. The graphics in A Gummy's Life are definitely indie.

The controls in A Gummy's Life are really strange. The attacks the characters make are very floppy. The taunts animate well, and actually work better than the actual attacks. I felt like I was flipping a coin every time I attacked someone. At times I hit, and at times they hit me. I never found a good pattern to be able to make continuous progress. A Gummy's Life is definitely a difficult game. The computer characters AI is questionable at best.

The hazards in the levels are what makes A Gummy's Life very interesting indeed. I never knew what was going to happen the first time. The floor may fall away on everything but the numbers on the clock for example. The modes in A Gummy's Life are Play, Online, Training, and Options. The game play selections are Free for All, Team Death Match, King of the Hill (only uses eight of the fifteen maps), and Hot Potato.
- Sam

UPDATE{09/24/2021}: Now on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X

Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Nintendo Switch/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: EP Games
Developer: EP Games
Rating: ‘T' for Everyone THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Blood, Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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