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A classically styled Corgi 2D platform adventure game with an indie zest with an intriguing storyline. not a puzzle platformer, more a puzzling story platformer or corginoir (but cheerier!). Level by level you get closer to the truth that you perceive.
release date: 14 May, 2019
developer: Team Spikkeee
publisher: Team Spikkeee
About This Game Peanut is a small cute corgi with an adventurous attitude. A classically styled 2D platform adventure game with an indie zest with an intriguing storyline.
Peanut comes home to find is BAE gone and a ransom note from the evil Veronica Vet. To thwart his archenemy, he must travel the world and undo what the Vet has done and gain back the love of his life! Along the way he questions the places and characters that he encounters and why BAE was taken from him in the first place.
If you love classic platformers than this should be ideal for a nostalgic thrill spliced with aesthetic levels combined with an intriguing story, some of which requires your interpretation.
45 Levels of game play, with level completion must be carried out before the time limit.
not a puzzle platformer, more a puzzling story platformer or corginoir (but cheerier!).
Level by level you get closer to BAE and closer to the truth.
min system requirement: OS: Windows 7
Processor: 1.5 GHz
Memory: 3 GB RAM
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 4 GB available space
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Peanut user review
Peanut had me excited with it's premise and cute graphics. Unfortunately, the game itself is not very good.
Terrible design, music, platforming, and graphics. The enemies and obstacles are complete jokes, too easy for anybody to take seriously. This game feels like a flash game from 2011, and the gameplay is not worth the listed price of 10 dollars. I received this for free and in return I promised a fair and honest review, and while this isn't the worst game I've ever played, I've also seen what a developer who puts just a little effort forward can do. The game is probably fine if you have really small kids, but know that it references adult humor in some places and that the gameplay will likely frustrate those kids.
Okay, yes, I ticked 'recommend this game'. But read this review, then decide if you should actually be shelling out for the game. Games like this is where things get difficult in being all YES/NO.
here is my review of the game here
An adorable little platformer, with surprisingly tight controls. The visual style may not be for everyone but it has a charming sense of humor. Difficulty is a little steep but fair and its super fast to try again.
Peanut is a platformer game with a casual feel to it and is colorful. Unfortunately it doesn't quite feel right or finished yet.