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  • Summary: Help Kittey find his parents! They're lost in a dream, but dreaming is what young Kittey does best. A heart-shaped stranger has arrived on Kitty Island! And he brings news of his parents. Of course Kittey has to go on a journey to find them now. Deep below the world, Darkside awaits. AndHelp Kittey find his parents! They're lost in a dream, but dreaming is what young Kittey does best. A heart-shaped stranger has arrived on Kitty Island! And he brings news of his parents. Of course Kittey has to go on a journey to find them now. Deep below the world, Darkside awaits. And possibly a nightmare or two. But Kittey will be fine - he'll just have to find more of these mysterious hearts. Hearts are love, and love gives us strength.

    Heart Chain Kitty is a 3d platformer with big and surreal levels. Kittey learns new abilities as he progresses through his adventure. Putting these to good use, he'll surely find his parents soon.
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    Heart Chain Kitty on Switch is a very rough port of a pretty rough game. What results is just uncomfortable to play. It would be one thing if the underlying experience of Heart Chain Kitty outside this Switch version was some sort of hidden gem, but it isn’t. Heart Chain Kitty is technically a fully functional 3D platformer, but not one you’ll actually enjoy.
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  1. Dec 17, 2021
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    While I have nostalgia for old-school looks and experiences I have found that while a return to classic pixel art tends to be met with a senseWhile I have nostalgia for old-school looks and experiences I have found that while a return to classic pixel art tends to be met with a sense of fondness early-gen 3D games can be tougher to swallow. While I tried to keep an open mind the muddiness, blurriness, and oversaturated colors in Heart Chain Kitty unfortunately did get in the way of enjoyment. The somewhat primitive nature of the action, while making it more family-friendly perhaps, didn’t do it any favors either. In so many ways this feels like a release from another time, even moreso than the myriad remasters I’ve seen. That’s not to say there can’t be an audience that will enjoy it, just it’s a tough sell in this day and age on multiple levels.

    https://www.nindiespotlight.com/2021/08/mini-reviews-august-18th-edition.html
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