Astro Bears is not so much of a new game for the Nintendo Switch as there is an updated version of the Astro Bears Party that was released in 201
Sonka, the game's publisher, adds more to the traditional Snake mechanics by letting characters stick in front of other players or using their jet packs to skip a tape race to avoid a collision. The catch is that each character only has a certain amount of energy to use. If your energy is empty, you may not be able to avoid any downfall, so you need to be strategic about where you run and how long you use the jet package.
I wasn't sure what to expect when I gave Joy-Cons out to my friends and hit the game. Within a few minutes, we shouted manically at each other and disconnected as we cut each other out. My poor cat continued to look at us in horror and wondered what was going on. I was surprised at how such a simple game could provide so much entertainment. Having spent more time on it, I have decided that this is the perfect festival; It is super easy to pick up, game sessions are not very long, a fun theme from the 80's plays in the background, and the aesthetics are really good. I wish there was more to it.
Super Beario Galaxy
3D Snake for up to four
Bottom line: This cheap game provides fun entertainment with a simple basic idea. It's the perfect party games since it is cheerful, fun, supports up to four players, provides just the right amount of strategy, has multiple modes and is full of fun bear tips.
- 2 – 4 players in multiplayer
- Single player mode
- Nice graphics
- Bears have different statistics
- Fun 80s music
- Points for points
Cons  Just one music track
Simple but funny mechanics
Astro Bears: What I like
As mentioned earlier, This game is an updated version of an existing Nintendo Switch multiplayer. Anyone who purchased the original version will be upgraded to the new version for free. If you haven't bought it yet, you just need to separate some $ 7 dollars to get it on Switch. For that price, it's really worth having at hand when friends come. Unlike some party games that go on forever, this can be over in a matter of minutes. So you can easily pick it up or drop it without being over invested.
The updated version doubles the original roster of four bears into eight bears, provides a co-op option for two players for Jetfish Hunting, and so does so you can access the top list on the web. This game consists of three main modes: Party, Competitive and Jetfish Hunting. Each option changes the game slightly, but the overall mechanics are the same. While there isn't much variety, this game offers a level of strategy I didn't expect to find, making it play super fun.
Gameplay: A small amount of strategy
Something I love about this game is that you get a completely different experience depending on which of the eight bears you choose. Each has its own statistics that affect the running speed, how fast you swing, how long your jet will keep you in the air, and how long it will take for your energy to regain. In addition, you can change the game by choosing from four different planet sizes – the smaller the planet, the harder it is to stay alive. You can also choose whether each player's band fades over time or not, or whether it stays constant throughout the game. I found that changing these settings shakes up the game just enough, so my friends and I could play for long stretches while we were still entertained.
In mode, two to four players compete against each other simply to see who can surpass the others. You can determine the size of the plane, whether your tape never ends and how many points it takes to win. Games can be as short as one race to 20 points or as long as one race to 160 points. I found that the time flew over fast, so I usually chose longer games. When four people play together, the person who lasts the longest in a round is awarded 4 points to win, the second place gets two points, the third place gets one point, and the person who died first gets nothing.
Competitive mode is for two players. It has you choosing a team of three bears, and then you play as you wanted in the festive mode with just one bear at a time. Once you've won a round of a bear, you won't be able to use it anymore. The game ends when someone successfully beats the other player using all three bears. I like this mode because it forces you to prove that you can play well regardless of your bear statistics.
Finally, Jetfish Hunting can be played single player or in two-player co-op. Players run around the planet and collect fish tied to a jet pack. The more fish you collect, the longer the track will be more difficult to avoid. When someone crashes, the game ends and your score is added to the leaderboards. This was frankly very challenging to play in two-player co-op, but it also made it extra fun.
One little thing I really liked was that if someone paused in the game, then when they stopped three seconds, the countdown began to prepare all players instead of just throwing you back in the battle. It prevents anyone from gaining the upper hand either intentionally or accidentally on the pause button. I also love all the silly bear friends who are riddled throughout the game. When you die, a word or phrase like "Grizzly" or "Can & # 39; t bear it" appears on your section of the screen and only adds the density of the whole case.
Leaves you want more
Astro Bears: What I Don 't Like
The catchy 80s inspired music that I loved the first few rounds became a little annoying after a few more sessions. I wish there were at least one or two other tunes to shake up the infinite beat, but that's not the case. As it is, I just muffled the TV and continued to play.
After playing some Party rounds, one of my friends started to feel good. He stated that the rapid movements around the sphere messed with the eyes and made it difficult to focus. If you experience motion sickness, just note that this game may affect you.
As I said earlier, this game is very simple and offers enough strategy and fun for you to play it in the long run. That said, I wish there were different games that didn't mean running around a sphere. It would give the game more variety and allowed me to play it even longer.
A super-fun festival
Astro Bears: The Bottom Line
This simple multiplayer is the perfect party game since it gives enough strategy to keep players invested, it's easy to learn, and the rounds don't take that long. Considering how little it costs and how much entertainment I got out of it, I would say this is a great game for all social players to have in their library. You can even play solo if there is no one playing with you. The ability to score scores on the scoreboard definitely makes individual players more attractive since you have the whole world to compete against.
As with all games, this game is not perfect. While the different modes can keep you entertained for hours, you can get even more out of this game if there were multiple modes to choose from. When the game first started I loved the positive 80s music that played on repetition, but after several rounds I got tired of it. It would be nice if a few different tracks came on instead of having the same over and over again.
Super Beario Galaxy
Fun four-player festival
Result: This is a great local multiplayer for up to four people. The different modes and statistics provided by each of the eight characters help to add variety to the gameplay. You can even play one of the modes in a single player if you want to play on your own.
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