Probably one of the most unusually-named titles I’ve played on the system, this is one of those where I’ve needed to look up the spelling every time to make sure I’ve got it right. For the effort of keeping track thankfully to a degree the game makes it worthwhile, though it has a degree of quirk you’ll need to get used to and simply accept. This is pretty straightforward challenging platforming and trying your best to grab all of the apples you can on each stage. What isn’t quite so ideal is that part of the challenge comes from the somewhat loose controls for it being a platformer, there’s not a crisp response like you’d find for top-tier titles, instead you’ll just sort of work with what you’ve got and do your best. If you’ve got a fellow gamer around and you’d like to tackle the game together you’ll be able to do so, though if you’re not well-matched in skill that can be an exercise in frustration typically so take that idea with a grain of salt. I’ve certainly played worse platformers on the system, this one just falls somewhere in the middle with some unique aspects but controls that come up short.
Justin Nation, Score: