Ittle Dew 2+ for Nintendo Switch
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Ittle Dew 2+

Nov 14, 2017
7.77
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Average
183rd of 3615

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About this game

Developer: Ludosity
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Sassy adventurer Ittle and her reluctant flying fox friend Tippsie are back for their greatest adventure ever! Stranded on yet another island and armed with a magical map, our heroes explore the three-dimensional landscape in search of valuable loot. Can they find the eight scattered pieces of the raft that could be their ticket home? The island’s mysterious residents range from cordial to downright hostile, so Ittle will need to use both force and her wits in equal measure. She’ll have to solve a wide variety of puzzles in order to gain access to all of the island’s darkest corners and recover the booty stashed therein.

Gamer Reviews

112 Reviews
7.97

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Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
7.56
William MurphyNov 08, 2017
I like to think of Ittle Dew 2 as one of the few games that have managed to ape the 16-Bit Zelda formula successfully. It could stand to do a bit more original in its gameplay, but the world and its humor make up for any shortcomings in original gameplay. I’ve also got to mention that it’s got one of the best varying soundtracks I’ve heard from an Indie game. Jazz permeates the air, and it works really well in tandem with the cartoon visuals.
Alex SeedhouseJan 27, 2018
Ittle Dew 2+ is hilarious though, and, even if it isn’t as mentally challenging, the game’s undeniable charm and pun-filled humour will carry you through to its concluding moments. Tippsie is the best companion an adventure could ever need (even if he needs to kick his health potion addiction), and the game throws more than enough ideas at you to make sure that it entertains.
Perry Burkum Nov 11, 2017
Overall, Ittle Dew 2+ is a good game with unfortunate flaws. While the puzzle aspect is top-notch, the action can feel a little inconsistent at times. The biggest problem I felt it faced is its lack of dynamic gameplay.

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