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  • Summary: Large and lovable Moigle has a Secret Project that will keep the greedy Baron Malodorous and his gang of Mercenary Cats from taking over the Floigan Junkyard. Unfortunately, Moigle has lost the parts he needs to complete his project so he must enlist the help of his quick-witted olderLarge and lovable Moigle has a Secret Project that will keep the greedy Baron Malodorous and his gang of Mercenary Cats from taking over the Floigan Junkyard. Unfortunately, Moigle has lost the parts he needs to complete his project so he must enlist the help of his quick-witted older brother, Hoigle. Together, the Floigan Brothers play games and solve puzzles, all while defending their family turf! Collapse
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  1. 84
    For what it is, FB is a fantastic experiment and experience and hopefully, unlike some cartoons, we'll see more episodes of the zany duo that will hopefully last a bit longer.
  2. 80
    The puzzles can be especially frustrating and there isn’t a whole lot of action, but cerebral brainteasers and humorous interaction between the brothers makes the gameplay refreshing and fun.
  3. Sets a standard for AI programming, and it's a good game... if you like raising and training virual pets... Don't be surprised if you complete the game in one sitting.
  4. Impressive for its visual and audio style, these Brothers need more help in the gameplay department if they hope to become a franchise.
  5. There are hints of inspiration throughout, with the game sporting some good-looking visuals, a catchy soundtrack, and a distinct sense of style. But the game's length, uneven gameplay, and atrocious camera negate these virtues.
  6. We’re talking gameplay that swings wildly from being overly simplistic (with brain teasers that couldn’t tease a 1-year-old) to being frustratingly directionless and unintuitive. [Sept 2001, p.145]

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