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Cute Things Dying Violently review

The aim is to save the animals... but you may not want to

Cute Things Dying Violently

Cute Things Dying Violently

While the aim of Cute Things Dying Violently is to guide your cute critters safely to the exit, it’s highly amusing to see them impaled on spikes or sliced in two by a circular saw. Control is simple: drag a creature into position, then hold and drag to catapult it into the air. Items such as crates and springs can also be moved or flung, helping you guide critters and hit buttons to remove barriers or activate bombs. Critters can be bounced off walls, which requires some precise aiming. An optional trajectory graphic helps, but you need to turn it off for a perfect score. While there are just 48 single-player stages, you can create your own with the built-in level editor.

4/5

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