Hello Kitty Parachute Paradise
What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Hello Kitty Parachute Paradise is a tilt-and-move arcade game that features Hello Kitty and other Sanrio characters. The game might be a little challenging for younger players to unlock the harder levels; however, it is otherwise safe for younger kids to play.
Is it any good?
At first glance, HELLO KITTY PARACHUTE PARADISE seems a bit similar to Doodle Jump or other tilt-sensor games: You pull down and let go to slingshot Hello Kitty into the air, and then use the tilt sensor to guide her safely back down to earth while collecting items and avoiding obstacles. However, the game actually provides a bit of variety in different levels and five items to collect in each level. These items can then be taken to "My Room," and the player can arrange them in a room with Hello Kitty, creating a little diorama. You can also select from six songs (or none) to play in the background, and the different levels also have varying difficulty levels. Younger children may find it a little harder to master -- if you pull back too far, the band snaps, but not far enough, and Hello Kitty doesn't launch very high. Fans of Sanrio will certainly enjoy collecting all the items and arranging them in the room. Players who don't care for Hello Kitty as much still may enjoy this simple game, at least a few times through.