Parents' Guide to

Pudding Panic

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Cute but challenging puzzler with scary haunted house theme.

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While it might be a little too intense for younger players, Pudding Panic is a downright cute game with some wonderful puzzles. The protagonist pudding -- named J. Jitters -- is empathetic, and the witches and skeletons, while not scary on sight, can cause you to jump when they surprise you. If Jitters is scared too many times, he'll fall from his car and the game ends. You're able to fight back with everything from noisemakers to a jack-in-the-box to even things out, adding another layer of fun absurdity to the game. While the game does get pretty difficult, the pacing is good and players are gently eased into the new levels. The graphics are wonderful as is the music -- throw in a hefty collection of levels and it's a wonderful deal, regardless of which version you choose.

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