Game Coverage September 2020
In this gameplay video, Ready Set Indie Games plays Schmubedi Boo on Nintendo Switch.
In Schmubedi Boo you select from 6 available heroes and must chase the thief through Schmubedi Boo Lands and recover the apples that the thief has stolen.
The game features multiple levels in which you must avoid obstacles and jump to collect apples and get to the door that leads to another level. You can use the apples you collect to replenish health or buy cute little things for your character to wear.
The game is a lot of fun, if not at times a little rage inducing but still fun. I do recommend the game if you are into platformer games that increase their difficulty as you go on.
If you would like to play Shmubedi Boo for yourself, you can do so on the following platform(s):
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In this gameplay video, Ready Set Indie Games plays Apastron on PC.
I recently played Apastron on stream and uploaded the gameplay of how I couldn't get past the first part of the game. The developer reached out and told me how to do so, so I created a gameplay video of actual gameplay.
The game was okay, but it did need some things added. Like a tutorial I didn't know that I could slide or reload until I looked in the input menu. There appeared to be some glitches with doors and even at one point a character says they will open a gate for me and wanted me to get to a courtyard, and I couldn't get into the courtyard until I shot out the glass, as the courtyard's door was green and the green key was located inside of the courtyard.
The game still needs a bit of work in my opinion.
If you would like to play Apastron for yourself, you can do so on the following platform(s):
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