It seems that the portable gaming addicted little boy who battled his mother in the previous two My Mom Hid My Game titles has yet another vice, and it’s his sister’s forbidden (but oh so delicious) pudding. Unfortunately, she has discovered your dessert thieving and is now on the warpath. What’s a kid to do?!? Well, in this case every stage will present you with precisely that problem, demanding that you make the most of every situation to come up with a way to evade your sister and live to steal her pudding another day. Much like in the aforementioned previous titles these levels are all quite simple and compact, and typically the enjoyment lies in the simple weirdness of its many novel puzzles. While sometimes the solutions will be obvious there are plenty of periodic wild pitch stages where only some trial and error will get you through, though admittedly many of these more silly or elaborate solutions tend to at least be entertaining. All of that said, there’s getting to be little to set any of these titles apart, with not only the core concept but most of the art assets being reused as well. The result is still amusing, but without much ability to differentiate in any meaningful way from the previous games in the series it’s getting tougher to make a case for taking the plunge if you’re already familiar with the series.
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