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Family Friendly Gaming received a digital download code for Radio Squid on the Nintendo Switch. Radio Squid can also be purchased on the Playstation 4, and Xbox One. Radio Squid reminds me visually of Undertale. Much of Radio Squid is done in black and white. There are other colors here and there. Certain screens can have a red outline at one point. Radio Squid has a very distinctive visual feel to it.

Radio Squid is a two hundred and fourteen megabyte download. I discovered no information on a physical copy version of Radio Squid in the United States at this point in time. The loading screen of Radio Squid can take some time. I was freaking out the first time I played Radio Squid because it looked to be stuck at 3%. I waited long enough for the game to continue to load the game. That really concerned me.

The music in Radio Squid is pretty cool and neat. I had fun listening to the music in Radio Squid. I found myself jamming to the tunes in Radio Squid. The mainly black and white graphics threw me at first. I did adapt to it while playing Radio Squid. The storyline involves getting the siren’s song and getting cursed for it. We must collect coins while playing Radio Squid. The coins can be used to get another life after dying.

Expect challenging bosses in Radio Squid. There are twenty-four levels in Radio Squid. Which is pretty short in my opinion. There are some cool gameplay mechanics in Radio Squid. We can move around and shoot in any direction. The squid’s shots will bounce off objects and come back at you. I killed myself more often in Radio Squid than enemies ever did. Shots will go through the openings on the edges of the screen to the other side. For example shoot at the right edge and it comes out on the left edge.

We can move our squid from one edge of the screen to the other side as well as our shots. We must also collect a music looking symbol in Radio Squid to start shooting. This must be done on each screen we come across. I had fun playing Radio Squid on the Nintendo Switch. The controls make sense, and I love collecting the coins. The better I played the more coins I collected. I needed quite a few to survive the bosses.


Graphics: 60%
Sounds: 75%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: Pixel Teriyaki
Rating: ‘E’ – Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Mild Fantasy Violence}
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