G-Force (Juniors)

Gadgets. Gizmos. Guinea pigs.

Meet Darwin, the guinea pig leader of the covert intelligence G-Force squad and his housefly surveillance sidekick, Mooch, as they team up with other G-Force agents to complete a dangerous high-level government mission. Based on Disney’s latest film of the same name about super intelligent government trained Guinea Pigs who find themselves outcast by the F.B.I and battling an evil army of enhanced household appliances.

Name: Jamie

Age: 10

Did you enjoy this game?

Jamie: Yes alot. You can be a fly and a guinea pig, their names are Mooch and Darwin. There’s loads of puzzles, some are hard. There are doors that have spikes on them that open and close and you have to be the fly, Mooch, cause he can slow down time and you can fly through without getting squished. There are 3D glasses which makes the game look really cool, but you don’t have to wear them, you can choose to play it without them in the menu.

Who was your favourite character in the game?

Jamie: Darwin, the guinea pig. You play as Darwin mostly except when you need to go into high vents and places that have fast moving traps, then you have to be Mooch. Darwin is my favourite character because I like guinea pigs and he has awesome weapons like a plasma blaster gun and an electro whip. He looks like a cool agent but he’s a bit cute.

Did you dislike anything about the game?

Jamie: I disliked the parts where you had to fight the big robots, like hoovers and coffee makers. They came to life, they had a special micro chip in them that made them bad and transform. Some were really cool, they all looked cool but some were tricky to beat.

What was the best bit about the game?

Jamie: Darwin has a jetpack, you can hover around, it’s really fun and you can sprint using the jetpack to boost you by holding RB.

How much fun was this game?

Jamie: 100% fun! I would play it without ever stopping if I was allowed!

Parents Comment: I very rarely see Jamie this engrossed in a game, he absolutely loved it, and with good reason. Its graphics are great, the characters loveable and the gameplay is simple, with just the right amount of a challenge for a child of or around Jamie’s age thrown in. The 3D glasses were fun, but the novelty wore off after a few minutes.







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