Woodle Tree Adventures Deluxe for Nintendo Switch
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Woodle Tree Adventures Deluxe

Dec 21, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Chubby Pixel
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Woodle Tree Adventures is an old school platform game with a catchy and unique art style! You will find all the classical elements from the 90's games and new interesting ideas. Explore a total of 8 worlds and save the lands with the magical water drops you'll find during your journey, bringing back peace and balance and finally becoming the New Hero!

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
5.08
Jon CousinsJan 05, 2018
Even with extra content and performance enhancements, a frustratingly limited camera and lack of variety reduce Woodle to a cheap and cheerful but flawed and basic 3D jump and collect-athon. While its cute and whimsical charm and uncomplicated nature make it suitable and accessible to younger audiences, there are still plenty of contemporaries on the eShop that are more accomplished and polished.
Trevor GouldJan 08, 2018
Woodle Tree Adventures Deluxe just doesn’t make the grade as a collecthathon platformer on the Switch. The quality simply isn’t there. It’s a very short adventure as well, as I clocked in just over one hour. It’s pitched as “refreshing and peaceful,” but the one hit fails, broken checkpoints, and rough camera, are more likely to agitate than anything. However, I am curious about the sequel, which sounds more promising. Hopefully, Chubby Pixel can address all these shortcomings.
Alex SeedhouseApr 21, 2018
Woodle Tree Adventures has potential but fails to ever realise any of it. The paint-by-numbers approach that has been taken to make this 3D platformer results in a game that feels more like a proof of concept or prototype rather than something that you would happily pay for. The greatest insult is that it had promised to “take you back to the good old days” when we were running around collecting Jigsaw Pieces in Banjo-Kazooie and Power Stars in Super Mario 64. And that couldn’t be further from the truth.

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