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Developer: Zoink Games
Content Rating: Teen
When Penny dies under mysterious circumstances, she wakes up and finds herself filling in for DEATH HIMSELF! This temp job comes with a new power - the ability to flip between the worlds of the living and the dead! In this puzzling platformer, she’ll need that - and her wits - if she ever hopes to unravel the mystery of her demise. Leap between platforms, solve puzzles and help the dead rest in peace by possessing the living and making them dance around at your merest whim in this comedy adventure game by Zoink Games, with writing by the Eisner-award winning Ryan North. - Flip between worlds: Move swiftly between the living and the dead. - Possess the living: Control their limbs and read their minds to solve puzzles. - Play as Death: You're just a temp, but the ultimate power of life and death is in your hands. - Dive into a rich, colorful world: Explore vivid environments in a pop-up book style and make your way through a completely original storyline!
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If you like your games with an offbeat sense of humour and plenty of personality, Flipping Death comes recommended. Its central game design hook of flipping between life and death makes for an interesting world to navigate and puzzles to solve, and its characters are so oddball and endearing you’ll want to hear every conversation in full, not to mention find out how it all ends.
It’s visually striking, earns its laughs, and gives plenty of reasons to re-explore both the living and dead sides of Penny Doewood’s little town. It might still lean a little heavily on its dialogue, but it never does so in a way that feels like it takes away from the game being played. You might just find Zoink’s latest to be worth dying for.
If you can get past some of Flipping Death’s jank, you will find a hilarious comedy game to you’ll want to see through. It liked the visuals and characters so much that I always wanted to see what or who Flipping Death would have me processes or do next. If the idea sounds interesting to you or the art style catches your eye, you’ll likely enjoy the game. Others will probably be turned off by the glitches and platforming sections.