Super Granny 5 - Backyard Adventure
I don't know what's better - the quiet old age with rest or crazy adventures instead of napping and reading. I guess if you are lucky to have as much health as Granny, adventure could be another way around. Super Granny 5 is another sequel in the Sandlot's series. Things haven't changed a lot since the last release. The Granny is just as full of energy as always, fighting the evil and having a good time on another adventure.
The loved cats of our Granny give her not only the moments of warm snuggle but also become the source of trouble.
Favoritism never lead to anything good. Here's an example. Granny enjoys her time with her favorite cats when suddenly is interrupted by the evil Dr. Meow – an errant cat whose taken up
in her basement to create a wicked scientific lair.
Fed up with being forced to live underground, Dr.
Meow launches his plot for household domination by blasting Super
Granny with an energy beam that shrinks her and her napping kitty
friends down to ant-like proportions. Now Granny has a challenging task to accomplish to recover her kittens and find the way to get back to the normal size.
The gameplay reminds the 2-D platformers from the 80-s. You have a single screen to get around and do your job collecting what you need and avoiding the dangers. You navigate Granny with the directional key.
Early levels simply focus on the basic collecting
and exploration, but the stages quickly grow more challenging as
roaming monsters are introduced into the fray and the game’s puzzle
elements are layered atop one another. The exit leading to the next stage won’t open up
until all of the kitties scattered around have been collected and
dropped at the goal. Any cats Granny touches will follow her around the
stage unless she crosses monkey bars, teleporters, or other certain
obstacles they’re unable to pass by.
The difficulty is steep at moments, but getting
Granny to her goal in harder stages can be eventually accomplished with
a little perseverance and some saint-like patience. The gameplay
itself is quite enjoyable in short bursts, though you’ll find playing
for extended sessions starts to feel like playing the same level over
and over again.
The game may not be what the series fans would have expected, but I guess it's the trial version what will help everyone make their minds.
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