Skellboy for Nintendo Switch


Dec 3, 2019
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Developer: Umaiki Games
Content Rating: Everyone


Life was peaceful in the Cubold Kingdom until the king's evil court magician got dumped by the princess. With his heart broken and his rage fueled, he called upon the evil spirits to resurrect the dead and the kingdom's long forgotten monstrosities. What he doesn't realize in his fury is that he accidentally summoned an ancient hero as well... Skippy! Travel across the beautifully rendered kingdom of Cubold and take full advantage of your resurrected, skeletal body! Swap out body parts to acquire new abilities during your adventure or pick up a new weapon to vanquish the evil magician's lackeys. Onwards, Skippy, it's time to be a hero once more!

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Jaime CarrilloFeb 12, 2020
If you put Zelda’s action-RPG system, Paper Mario’s platforming, and a heavy dash of voxel graphics into a blender, you’d likely get something resembling Skellboy. At times, admittedly, the game lacks polish and can drag quite a bit, especially in the beginning. Nevertheless, it brings new ideas to the platforming and RPG genres, while looking pretty stellar to boot.
Ollie ReynoldsFeb 07, 2020
With an imaginative world and equally imaginative premise, Skellboy is an admirable attempt to provide an alternative to your average Zelda title. If you can get past the sluggish gameplay and cringe-worthy technical performance, there’s plenty here to get to grips with, and you’re guaranteed at least a few laughs thanks to the hilarious writing and dialogue.
Jason ColesJan 28, 2020
Skellboy simply isn't consistent. It's easy on both the eyes and ears, but not on the soul. It's a frustrating and rather draining game to play because the pace is just too slow. It's a shame too because the boss fights could make up for that as long as it felt worthwhile, but it doesn't. Skellboy simply feels very shallow, and while normally I would say that beauty is only skin deep, there is no skin here, so it cuts to the bone.