Fast-moving platforming with a focus on precision is what it all ends up being about on OkunoKA Madness, and the fact that this title has been geared towards speedrunners is thus no surprise. With a feel reminiscent of the likes of Super Meat Boy where it comes to the need for accuracy in order to complete certain sections or grab extra bonuses fans of that style should feel at home, but I’ll warn you that I’d say the controls don’t feel quite as tight and responsive somehow, so you’ll need to just get used to the game’s mechanics. At least since you may find yourself spending a fair amount of time on single levels, trying to perfect your jumps and timing, it’s very whimsical and pretty to look at. While the characters themselves may have a more Flash-game type of look to them the environments are often quite gorgeous. It’s probably going to be an acquired taste geared more towards the hardcore crowd but if you’re been looking to scratch that twitchy platformer itch this should satisfy.
Justin Nation, Score: