Review: Flynn & Freckles

May 21, 2018 1 min read

It seems like many developers who grew up with a love for bright and colorful 3D platformers are doing their best to revive the buried genre in recent years. Games like A Hat and Time, Yooka Laylee and the remastered version of the Crash Bandicoot trilogy have proven there are definitely players out there craving a return to the genre.

Flynn and Freckles takes the frustrating precision platforming of games like Spyro the Dragonand combines it with the swordplay and exploration of 3D Zelda titles, rolling it all into a brightly colored world of haunted swords and pirate adventure.

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