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Bone Marrow 


I did not have much hope for an indie video game rated thirteen and older only called Bone Marrow. All kinds of possible violent video game ideas came to me when I heard the name. Ya'll know me I am open, honest, and transparent about these things. I don't shy away from showing I am far from perfect, and totally human. When I started to play Bone Marrow I was pleasantly surprised. Well maybe not right at first. You will see what I mean.

The little intro screen for Bone Marrow tells us it is 780 AD and there was a blood moon. After that blood moon all of the dark creatures came out of their hiding places. Bone Marrow immediately made me think of the Castlevania series. Then I started to play Bone Marrow and everything changed. Bone Marrow is a mixture of 2048 and a role playing video game. I want to be sure you let that sink in. Bone Marrow threw me for a loop right from the beginning.

The main character, weapons, armor, food, and more are on the screen. We press this way and all the tiles go that way. Any tiles that match grow in size. So two swords with a four number get an eight and merge together. I was immediately intruiged and perplexed. What was going on in Bone Marrow? Then an enemy would appear and we could work our way through objects to attack them. We can build health, defense, and attack stats within Bone Marrow.

One or two family members can play through the four maps that we spend numerous days on. At different intervals we can start to collect the items we have been building up. Be careful because the enemies can grab them as well. I accidently made some monsters tougher that way before realizing I wanted to collect the items and go to them. I also learned to build up things like my attack points.

The idea of Bone Marrow is extremely clever. I honestly would have never thought of doing this to make a video game. I have a few ideas for video games that need to be on the market, but this idea would have never occurred to me. Hats off to the developer for coming up with the idea of Bone Marrow. I enjoyed Bone Marrow way more than I ever thought I would.
- Paul


Graphics: 75%
Sounds: 80%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: Huge Pixel
Rating: ‘T’ – 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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