The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic (PC) (2014)

Overview: Navigate a pudding through a haunted house ride, using power-ups to keep it from getting scared and successfully reach the exit.

Initially I thought the controls were horrible (especially because the game was obviously made for a touchscreen device and later ported to PC), but as I played a couple of games, it wasn't as bad.

With that being said, the game was still childish and/or uninteresting.

+ Good concept/theme

- Max. resolution is 1024 by 768; dimensions is 4:3.
- Obvious port of a touchscreen game
- Poor game mechanics (fun in theory, but failed execution)
- The game is childish, but the game requires command of camera, power-ups, and timing; by the time someone is old enough to play the game, they are too old to like it

I wouldn't recommend you play this game even if it were in your gaming library. You might, however, consider playing it if you already had it for your iPad.

The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic (PC) (2014)*
*The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic (iOS) (2011)

Relevant Links:
Pudding Panic (The Great Jitters Website)
The Grat Jitters: Pudding Panic (*
The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic (iOS) (2011) (**
The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic (Steam Store Page)

**There are seven critics which rated the game at a 90 or 100, with an eight at 80. All the Wikipedia page consists of is quotes from those eight reviews. Smells fishy.

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