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I hope you were able to enjoy the live streams I performed of Ryan’s Rescue Squad. I played Ryan’s Rescue Squad on the Xbox Series X. Ryan’s Rescue Squad can also be found on the Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, Stadia, and Xbox One. This is Ryan’s second video game, Race with Ryan was the first. I have heard of this young man who is a YouTuber that has made all kinds of marketing deals. Some of our viewers and readers have even asked if any of my game ideas will be made by any of these companies. I am certainly willing to have a conversation with them on that topic.

Ryan’s Rescue Squad is a 2D side scrolling platformer that is generally designed for kids. I was able to beat Ryan’s Rescue Squad in around three hours. I did miss a few hidden items here and there. Generally I collected all of the eggs and R coins that were in the levels. I also unlocked most of the little mini games in Ryan’s Rescue Squad. Those mini games are on the simple side but something for kids to replay if they are into them.

We have a little cartoon violence here and there in Ryan’s Rescue Squad. We can throw green or purple orbs at enemies. We can also jump on their heads to make them go away. The collision detection in Ryan’s Rescue Squad is a bit on the sus side if you know what I mean. At times I would jump on an enemy, take damage and the enemy would go away. Other times I would jump on them and take no damage before they left the screen. I never figured out the pattern there.

Ryan’s Rescue Squad has some levels where we go on movable platforms like a boat for example. You must time this right or you will die. I found if you take too long getting back to the boat then there is no way to get to it. The boats do not come back for the player. I could see this frustrating some kids. I was a bit annoyed with it since other games have the boat go back and then come back to the player. Felt like a design flaw to me.

Ryan’s Rescue Squad looks decent and has some nice colors. The story is told through pictures and voice acting. I was laughing at some of the dialogue in Ryan’s Rescue Squad. This is a kids game so I understand that I am not the target audience. I do feel that Ryan’s Rescue Squad reaches the target audience quite well. Outright Games continues to improve their products. Ryan’s Rescue Squad did not crash on me once. Ryan’s Rescue Squad is a bit too short for the current prices. I value Ryan’s Rescue Squad at ten to twenty dollars brand new.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/Stadia/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: Outright Games
Developer: Stage Clear Studios
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Mild Cartoon Violence}

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