A Parent’s Guide to Reed (App)

WARNING: Reading this article may give away things in the story ranging from unimportant to plot turners.

Disclaimer: I have not completed the game, so I may have missed some things, though I am pretty sure I got everything that would be important.

Reed by PXLink

Type: Action, Adventure, Platform

Basic Idea and Plot: You are a cat creature that is on a mission to save a computer and the world.

Game Play: 3½/5 Above Average: The game is a platform game, consisting of jumping over obstacles and traveling through levels. While immensely fun, the game is also at times excruciatingly difficult.

Plot: 3/5 Average: The plot is very simple and direct. You must save the computer system of the world. Glitching detail and some speech is added, but it would have been better if more had been added.

Graphics: 4/5 Well Done: If there is one thing this game does well, it’s the graphics. The characters and scenery are beautiful and of a high quality, with details that remind me of DS quality games.

Music: 3½/5 Above Average: The music and sound affects have a space and/or mysterious sound to them that fit the game.

Overall: 3½/5 Above Average: While definitely fun, I don’t necessarily think it is worth spending money on to own. If someone wanted to play it, I would recommend it to anyone who was old enough to play it, regardless of age or gender.

Moral Content

Official Rating: E

Sexual and Inappropriate Content:  0/5 None

Violence: 0/5 None

Swearing and Using the Lord’s Name in Vain: 0/5 None

Emotional, Intense, and Disturbing Content: 1/5 Death: A computer is dying. Your main character can fall onto spikes or hit arrows and die. Chickens get dizzy from falling on them.

Religious Issues: 0/5 None

Magic: 0/5 None

Others: None

Overall: 1/5 All Ages Appropriate: There is nothing objectionable in the game.

Last Updated: August 15, 2018

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