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TheGuyWhoCanFly`s Avatar
Rating Orb TheGuyWhoCanFly 16 United States CholericMelancholic 3C 0F
6 years ago | (1)
Overall I would agree with your review, except your rating on replayability. In my opinion, if you make a good run and find most or all the easter eggs, you really only can play once, maybe twice more if repetition is your thing, but it really loses a lot each replay, because you know whats coming around the corner, and its not like other games where you have other ways to play, more secrets, or high scores to beat that can keep you playing again and again. I found it more to be like an interactive short cartoon, which had some good laughs that you could enjoy for a few moments, maybe share with a good friend. I did enjoy the fact that you managed to fit a fair amount of detail for a pretty simple game, good job.
RedThief7`s Avatar
Rating Orb RedThief7 19 United States PhlegmaticSanguine 187C 55F
6 years ago | (0)
That's fair. I counted each go through to pick up the easter eggs as a playthrough but I can understand why others may not really count that as "replayability". Like, once normally, again for the dino stuff, again for the glasses, and maybe one more time with all of them together. I considered it four playthroughs but you could just as easily see it as one long one and be done with it.

I also like the replayability for it due to the short length and humor. Every month or two I'll look on my Kong profile out of boredom, see that I have this game in my favorites, and proceed to spend my next 5-10 minutes giggling at the silliness of this game. So basically I'm giving it props for being a game I have no problems playing again several weeks after I've already played it. Yeah you know what will happen, but when the fun depends on the silly atmosphere and not an engaging plot (which is obviously less engaging when you know it already) then I don't think it hurts it as much.
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Rating Orb TheGuyWhoCanFly 16 United States CholericMelancholic 3C 0F
6 years ago | (1)
I guess it really comes down to the persons sense of humor, this kind of stuff can make some people laugh again and again, have a good laugh once or twice, and then some people just don't get that. Where you fit on that spectrum determines if they can come back every once in a while like you, or just enjoy for a short while like me.