Tag: Little Orbit
Monster High: New Ghoul in School is a new multiplatform title by Little Orbit, the developer of last year’s excellent Adventure Time: Secret of the Nameless Kingdom, which I loved. I honestly never watched Monster High before playing this game, so I lacked some basic knowledge about the source material before playing. Luckily, my daughter knew a lot about it and kept updating me as she progressed through the game.
Before beginning my review, I need to let you know that this game was almost completely played by my 10-year old daughter. I spectated her playthrough from beginning to end and sometimes chimed in to help her in some segments (particularly trophy-related hehe!). As you can guess, this game’s target audience is teenage girls who watch the show and collect the dolls. This review is based on her opinions of the game.
Anyway, have some make-up and high heels ready, because we’re going to Monster High!
Little Orbit and Cartoon Network have announced they’re getting ready for more Adventure Time… thanks to Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations! This new Adventure Time release will be developed by Vicious Cycle and will take Jake and Finn on a quest in a genre new to them.
Late last year, an Adventure Time game titled The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom was released, and to my surprise (following the very average Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know), it was actually a very good game!
Little Orbit, developers for said game, got in touch with us to let us know that they’re already hard at work designing the next game in the Adventure Time series, and they want your help to design a character that will appear in their upcoming title thanks to a lovely contest.
Adventure Time: Secret of the Nameless Kingdom is the third “official” console video game based on the very popular Adventure Time TV show. Before going any further, take note that this game is nothing like the previous game, a boring dungeon crawler that was titled Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know.
The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom is a refreshing take on the franchise and is greatly inspired by 16-bits Zelda games (specifically by A Link To The Past on the SNES), and is almost as fun to play as playing that classic back in the days!
Oh my glob! All three princesses of the Nameless Kingdom have disappeared! Finn (the human) and his best bro Jake (the shape-shifting dog) embark on an original heroic adventure created exclusively for the video game. Players journey through the Nameless Kingdom, an unexplored realm in the Land of Ooo, to rescue princesses and choose the one princess who commands the Nameless inhabitants. After all, every kingdom needs a princess who rules.