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Iron Snout





Iron Snout 


I was happily playing some Farming Simulator 19 and my dad asked me to play Iron Snout. Interesting name you know? I thought Iron Snout might be fun to play. You know how we get to play all kinds of wonderful, amazing, and fantastic games here at Family Friendly Gaming? We also play the ones that are never ever going to be mentioned in that sentence.

Iron Snout is about a pig who is killing all these wolves that come to get him. We are on one screen and the wolves come at us from the left and the right. There are three entire screens that remain stationary. Think of a 2D Final Fight where the screen never scrolls. Add into that there are three entire screens to play on. Iron Snout does include multiple difficulty settings.

The issues families will have with Iron Snout are blood, and violence. The issues gamers will have with Iron Snout are bad graphics, animations, boring gameplay, and control issues. Iron Snout is one of those video games that should have never been made in my opinion. A pig fighting off wolves is a role reversal of The Three Little Pigs. The biggest difference is there are an endless amount of wolves and one pig.

It is extremely easy to get hit in Iron Snout. I found that the down kick is generally pretty powerful as long as a meat clever is not thrown low. There are certain wolves we must jump up to hit in Iron Snout. Iron Snouts is a digital download that is forty-nine megs in terms of download size. The lack of content goes along with that small size. Iron Snout is currently selling for $4.99.

We can capture weapons from the wolves and use them. That is pretty high tech and advanced for Iron Snout. Family Friendly Gaming was given digital download codes for Iron Snout on multiple systems. I only played Iron Snout on the Nintendo Switch. Maybe some of my control issues came from the poor controller on the Nintendo Switch.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 30%
Sounds: 60%
Replay/Extras: 50%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: PS Vita/PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: Snoutup Games
{Blood, Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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