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Kinduo is a fascinating action adventure puzzle game that sits pretty right under the indie umbrella. Kinduo can be played in solo or coop. There are two characters to control in Kinduo. If you are playing by yourself then you will need to swap between the two characters to progress through the levels. There is an exit door in each of the levels within Kinduo. The goal is to get there with both characters.

The two characters within Kinduo have different skills. The rock looking block is heavy and can flip switched by standing on them and push blocks around. The yellow lighting character can zoom around, and use an electrical charge to power devices. A great example is the devices that are attached to elevators. Quite often I used the lightning character to charge the elevator and he would quickly join the rock character on the elevator.

Kinduo has an indie look and sound to it. There is some fantasy violence and blood in this game. Your characters can die a plethora of ways in Kinduo. I learned to be more careful next time. I also learned to use the right character in the proper situation in Kinduo. Team work and cooperation are a big part of Kinduo. When there are two family members playing Kinduo they will need to work together to progress.

As far as platform puzzle video games go Kinduo is pretty solid. The graphics in Kinduo remind me of 8-bit video games. I appreciate the bright colors that are used within Kinduo. The music is fresh and fun in Kinduo. It helped me want to keep solving the puzzles. Kinduo starts pretty easy and simple. Kinduo quickly becomes more challenging and more involved. In later levels I found one character was stuck. So I learned to never enter the exit until I had both characters there.

I enjoyed my time with Kinduo. This is a cool little downloadable only title that can be played for an hour or two and then go about your life again. Kinduo is one of those fresh titles that is a short breath of fresh air. I hope to see longer sequels to Kinduo in the future. I would also love to see Kinduo join some Evercade cartridge compilation. Other indie titles have been released on that platform.


Graphics: 65%
Sounds: 71%
Replay/Extras: 71%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: Nibb Games
Rating: ‘E10+’ – Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence, Mild Blood}

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