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I am very thankful Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for Orbibot on the Nintendo Switch. Orbibot is sort of like a Marble Madness video game with some major differences. Orbibot has a high tech feel to it. There are also rails we need to roll across. This is way more difficult than it sounds because we do not lock into the rails. We can go off either side quite easily. I found that out over and over again. I learned to take it slow on the rails.

Orbibot looks good and has some fun music to listen to. We can bump into a plethora of things and knock our poor ball off the area. Orbibot has only fifteen levels so it gets difficult very quickly. I learned to hit a button to shine a light on what needed to be done. That is the form of a hint sytem in Orbibot. The red light would point me to objects I needed to interact with. From there I had to figure out what to do.

Orbibot taught me it is easy to roll off the rails and edges to respawn at that last continuation point. I like the concept of rolling a ball around in Orbibot. The puzzle element is interesting. Hitting switches is easy enough in Orbibot. Trying to get medal balls to go into certain pipes can be way more challenging. Normally I play something and get better at it each time. I did not always have that experience with Orbibot.

Barrels and boxes can also be used in Orbibot. In one area of one level I needed to move a box on the top of a switch so it would keep the door open. I was then able to roll back to the door and go on through. Other puzzles in Orbibot get more complex. Like turn off a fan that knocks things off, then turn on a switch so a ball will roll to a specific spot to hit another switch.

At the end of each level in Orbibot we teleport out. We can then go and play the next level. Unless of course you have beaten all of the levels. Orbibot can be challenging mentally. Even though the ESRB rating is for everyone six and older I believe some younger gamers will get stuck and experience issues figuring out what to do and how to do it in Orbibot.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sounds: 80%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: PS Games
Rating: ‘E’ – Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Mild Fantasy Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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