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  • Summary: Lovable, cat-eared Annika sets off on a grand quest on the Island of Spica! 3D adventure & rhythm action genres mesh in the lush, pastoral and beautiful manga-inspired world of Giraffe and Annika!
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  1. Sep 6, 2020
    5
    Giraffe and Annika : The game follows Annika, a girl with cat ears and a tail who wakes up with amnesia on Spica Island. After checking outGiraffe and Annika : The game follows Annika, a girl with cat ears and a tail who wakes up with amnesia on Spica Island. After checking out the nearby house, she comes across a boy called Giraffe, who asks Annika to help him by collecting star fragments from dungeons that he is unable to enter. Giraffe and Annika is pretty much a pacifist game where players must avoid enemies at all costs. There are no attacks here, so using obstacles to block enemy attacks or just running away are reasonable actions. At first, I didn’t like this feature too much, but then I remembered that this is a little girl who probably shouldn’t be fighting anyway. Furthermore, it plays in well with the game’s narrative and becomes more apparent later on in the story. At the end of the day, the gameplay isn’t likely to compel you to spend the 5-10 hours needed to see the story through. Everything this game does has done better elsewhere, so dive back into the bottomless eShop sea and fish up another adventure. This Giraffe is better left on safari. Expand