The Peanuts Movie: Snoopy's Grand Adventure
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About this game
Developer: Behaviour Interactive
Content Rating: Everyone
Take Snoopy on a grand adventure through amazing environments, created in his imagination, as he tries to find Charlie Brown and all his friends. With Woodstock and the Beagle Scouts by his side Snoopy can unlock new abilities and performs special moves as he weaves his way through this magical journey.
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Overall, Snoopy’s Grand Adventure is a movie based game that isn’t half bad. Sure, it’s not as long as one may hope for as it’s over sooner than later, but it stays pretty true to its source material, which is refreshing. The levels are varied and eye pleasing and the gameplay is traditional platforming that gamers of all ages and skill can play. While it is hard to recommend you buy it at full price, it’s far from a bargain bin title and it deserves your attention, especially if you have little ones who love the Peanuts, cartoons or videogames as a whole.
Movie tie-in games are rarely all that good for a variety of different reasons, and the latest attempt with the release of The Peanuts Movie is certainly a mixed bag. The gameplay and levels themselves can be fun and enjoyable, especially for a young audience. However, the lack of any difficulty and the incredibly short length make The Peanuts Movie: Snoopy’s Grand Adventure a game that feels like it should have been a downloadable budget title rather than a near full priced release.
Snoopy’s Grand Adventure is a great game for parents to check out with their kids. The price tag is a bit on the high side, and the performance is mind-boggling, but the design is perfect for kids age 4-7. My boy had a great time, and even related to Snoopy and Woodstock without having prior knowledge of them. I definitely recommend checking it out if you are looking for something to enjoy with younger kids. Hardcore platform fans will find little challenge here.