Albert and Otto
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Developer: Nikola Kostic
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Traverse a haunting world set in 1939 Germany in search of a mysterious girl with rabbit ears. Utilize a little bunny in creative ways to solve puzzles. Levitate sheep, use them as torches or wolf bait and make your way through a land that seems to not fancy you being alive.
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The Unity game engine powers Albert & Otto. The visuals are crisply rendered, and the game generally runs without issue. However, platforming is unnecessarily touchy. Jumping onto a moving platform, for instance, usually results in Albert staying in place while the platform moves underneath him, unless he is moved once landing.
The cinematic platformer had a very simple formula to follow and it isn't hard to make an appealing game in this genre. There have been so many over the years and the recent influx of independent developers doing their take on the whole 'kid in a nightmarish world' sub genre, there are more options now than ever. This should be at the very bottom of that list of options as it feels more like a Chinese boot-leg than anything of artistic merit. Dull, buggy, unpolished and, most of all, Albert & Otto is criminally derivative - its best quality is that it is over in about 90 minutes.