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  • Summary: "A brilliantly well put-together labour of love, Kid Tripp will have you gnashing your teeth & screaming with joy." - PocketGamer: 9 out of 10.After two years of development, this fast-paced and tough-as-nails platformer is finally available on the App Store! Have you got what it"A brilliantly well put-together labour of love, Kid Tripp will have you gnashing your teeth & screaming with joy." - PocketGamer: 9 out of 10.After two years of development, this fast-paced and tough-as-nails platformer is finally available on the App Store! Have you got what it takes to help Kid Tripp escape from an island filled with enraged wildlife, abandoned mines, bottomless chasms, and erupting volcanos?Highlights:• Highly challenging, fast paced platforming action.• Simple, elegant controls: tap on the left to jump, tap on the right to throw a rock, and hold down on the right to sprint.• Runs at a silky smooth 60 frames per second.• Twenty levels spread across four unique worlds.• Old school soundtrack from Chris Kukla.• Game Center leaderboards and achievements.View the trailer now at ndygames.com!NOTE FOR USERS OF 4-INCH DEVICES:Please note that while the app description mentions that the game is optimized for iPhone 5, the game still displays thin black bars on both sides of the screen on iPhone 5 and the 5th Generation iPod Touch. Touches are still registered in these areas, however. Expand
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  1. Jul 28, 2017
    80
    Kid Tripp is a wonderful platforming experience that will have you moving around on your chair with excitement as you get closer and closer to completing its fiendish levels. The action is tight, with every control behaving just as you would expect and a control scheme that feels at home on a 3DS console. Most players should get some enjoyment from playing through the four worlds, but Kid Tripp is ideally suited to those who like to squeeze every last drop out of a game. If your only goal is to complete the levels and move on, expect to be done here rather quickly, but if you want to truly master the game you can expect a lengthy, enjoyable ride.
  2. 70
    Runners aren’t generally a genre I delve too deep into, but Kid Tripp has me rethinking why I don’t. Originally pulling me in with its art direction, the real beauty of this game is in the fun and addicting gameplay. They strike a great balance of accessibility and challenge, and even give the option for players who want more of a challenge to do so. The only glaring flaw is the limited content the package has to offer. While there are some incentives to revisit levels in the form of challenges, those dry up relatively fast which left me wanting more.
  3. Sep 6, 2017
    70
    Its required use of a trial and error approach may put off some players and it certainly feels short for anyone completing it in one go but that doesn't harm this being a pleasant and amusing experience.
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  1. Aug 8, 2018
    8
    Game can last up to 8 hours if you take it very, very slowly but it has good replay value. For such a cheap price this isn't a bad idea. ItGame can last up to 8 hours if you take it very, very slowly but it has good replay value. For such a cheap price this isn't a bad idea. It isn't Mario Odyssey or anything but is neat and worth getting if you just went on a shopping spree and have some extra bucks. Expand