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KIDS allows you to move with and against crowds until everyone is gone.<br><br>KIDS is a short interactive animation drawn by Michael Frei and coded by Mario von Rickenbach, their second collaboration after the award-winning project PLUG & PLAY.<br><br>Play time: between 15 – 30 minutes. Works on all iOS devices newer than 2015.
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Everyone stop saying that this game was “too short” and not worth its price. i can agree with you that it’s not worth $3 but it literally says that the game is 15-30 minutes long. If you didn’t like the game because of how short it was you should have read the description first. other than that it was an alright game. i see where the creators were doing with this has potential and very unique. hopefully the creators update the game with a lot more things to do or make a kids 2.
Kids is a rather Strange and Yet Strangely Addicting, Cause & Effect, Group Dynamic...The point of the Game is to determine the Cause that creates the sought after Effect... For Example, If You run to the Right, Everyone Runs Left, and if You run to the Left Everyone Runs to the Right...So, what is the point? Perhaps it is to make one man Jump, that then causes all the Men to Jump? Perhaps, it is to run to the Top instead of Right or Left? ...Meh!, Who knows, certainly NOT Your cartoon self... You, just have to figure it out for Yourself.. ... ......and that’s always part of the fun of a puzzle, Right?...Figuring it out for Yourself.. .....Good Luck!...I Enjoyed the 1st run through, it was sort of calming, But I do not see myself playing this game again..so..I paid $2.99 for the privilege, Worth it?.. ... ...*shrugs*...Some will say, “Yes!”..and Some will say, “No”...but then, that’s so much like “Kids”...
This is a weird game. The combination of smooth animation, crowd mechanics, and spartan audio make for a weird, satisfying experience. It’s sometimes amusing, sort of gross, and a little unnerving. There’s no puzzles or scores, just a series of interactions. These repeat themselves in similar ways over the course of the short game, which is a little disappointing. This isn’t for everybody, but if the trailer looks appealing to you, you will probably find something to like about Kids.
This could have been a really cool exploration of the indenting of community that kids share and looking at the problems that we adults can’t seem to get right. There could be a billion levels for that. The idea, while intriguing doesn’t go far enough in the world building aspect of why it’s here and why it happened. And to charge for this is a very strange choice. There is no pass because it’s “art” - this is actual money that people are spending and you know the rules of charging for an app. You could have made waaaay more money with in app purchases - because the kinetic experience is so cool - there are a million ways you could have played this - it could have been a newer version of pocket god. It also could be something that plays off of all the other games on the App Store - there was just a lot of missed opportunity and an over valuation of what this was.
Kids is the story of the people of Peer Pressure, and not going to lie, it’s a great experience and tells the story well, without words. Ignore everyone saying that’s it “lame and boring and short”, this game has a nice style to it and even if it’s short, you can replay it, and make it feel like a movie or even to in inspire you if you’re bored. The game feels like a Plug and Play two, but better. Heck, the government is funding it! see the credits.) To simply: This is an good game to play, worth $3 to support the makers, great game, epic art, and cool story. (also, shut up, this game LITERALLY SAY that it’s 10-30 mins or idk, I know you guys are acting “smart” but this is a abstract experience.)
Developed by Playables.
KIDS is ranking in Games & Puzzle & Adventure & Entertainment
Last update was at Jan 14, 2020and the current version is 1.0.4.
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KIDS have a 196a user reviews.
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