Weebles wobble but Bouncy Bob trips and falls.
There’s something to be said about the simple things in life. Every now and then, the uncomplicated and downright straightforward is greeted with open arms – especially when it comes to video games. As gamers, a lot of us have grown accustomed to memorising finicky controls that, when a title has gathered a healthy amount of dust, are easily forgotten and have us sheepishly fumbling to the options screen for that all-important diagram of the controller. Bouncy Bob, however, does away with such worry; the only button to press is ‘A’.
Holding down ‘A’ grants Bob with a metronome-esque launch arrow that fires him in the desired direction (similar to launching one of those Angry Birds) when ‘A’ is released. Mash said button while Bob is airborne and he’ll flutter his puny arms giving that little extra distance to reach platforms and other hard-to-reach areas. It’s a heavily simplistic approach for navigation and proves to be fun with a chain of successfully executed jumps and well-timed launches. Spiked walls and chasms are deployed in all but the first arena to put a stop to mindless Bob-launching, but no layout of hazards become an integral challenge to overcome when fending off waves of zombies.
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