With its hand-crafted gameplay (and audio even), quirky charm, and generally light feel this is an accessible good time
Call me a sucker for games where it is clear the people behind it have invested everything they have into it, but I really appreciate the weird experience that JellyCar Worlds ends up delivering. It certainly won’t win any awards for its visuals, but it’s the self-made and sometimes pretty funny sounds that I found consistent amusement with, demonstrating an impressive amount of ingenuity and lack of shame I admire. In general this game is all about getting from Point A to Point B, and figuring out the technique, powers, or combination of the two you’ll need to do so. What I like most is that while perhaps there are times when you really need to execute properly to get the best results on a general level the gameplay here is very accessible to people of all skill levels, and with some patience it should be conquerable by just about anyone. Cute, creative, and on the whole very forgiving with its controls and challenges, this would be a great title for gamers of any age who are looking for some approachable fun.
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