The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic Reloaded Review – The game is surprisingly fun

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The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic Reloaded Review – The game is surprisingly fun

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By: kunst-stoff GmbH

Version #: 1.3

Date Released: 2013-10-25

Developer: kunst-stoff GmbH

Price: 0

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I’ll admit the game title did raise an eyebrow when I first saw it. The developers could have potentially sourced for a better app name. The premise of the game is a little over the top too. An anthropomorphic lump of pudding navigating around a haunted house. Ladies and gentlemen, presenting to you The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic Reloaded.

The whole gist of the game involves moving the plate of jello around what seems to be amusement park tracks. Along the way, players have to knock out ghosts with party poppers and whatnot. Accompanying all this has the game play spooky music that will send a few shivers down your spine.

Design wise I found that the developers did a great job with recreating the haunted house, as it did seem very similar to real life amusement park rides. This is complete with a trap door at the end of each level that opens and quickly accelerates the track.

I found the graphics really nice too, with the smoky and hazy effect giving a degree of scariness to the seemingly bottomless pit at the bottom of the tracks.

I suppose the whole jello concept was just a try-hardy and backfired attempt at being unique. An awesome game nonetheless, and it’s free now.

Quick Take

Value:High

Would I Buy Again:Yes

Learning Curve:Moderate

Who Is It For:Casual gamers

What I Like:The game is surprisingly fun despite the initial impression

What I Don't Like:What were they thinking with the name and jelly concept?

Final Statement:Goes to show how little things can go a long way in affecting a game's image.

Read the Developer's Notes:
Everyone’s favorite dessert J. Jitters returns in the "Reloaded" version of "The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic", the award winning game that “created a genre never seen before on the App store” (AppGamer), “utterly intense, but ridiculously addictive.... a puzzler without comparison” (PocketGamer UK).

Puzzle a shivering jello through 60 levels of a haunted house. But beware! Scary monsters are waiting in the dark! Your only chance of survival is to scare the monsters back before the pudding quivers, shivers and faints from fear. Fight evil witches, rattling skeletons and rusty knights with an arsenal of crazy weapons! Collect coins to reload your weapons and valerian for your nerves! Are you clever and skilled enough to escape the labyrinth and to defeat the final enemies?

Test your courage in 60 suspenseful levels and dive into five beautiful 3D worlds! Many variations in gameplay and lots of challenges will make your pulse rise and your adrenalin flow: Solve puzzles, play against the clock, escape the monsters and win treacherous races!

What's new in the Reloaded Version:
- A new world
- Quests
- Special gadgets, weapons and Puddings
- New Challenge: win without getting scared
- New Challenge: play against the clock

Feature list:
- A long-lasting nightmare: Hours of gameplay across 60 exciting levels!
- 5 fantastic 3D worlds with scary monsters, crazy weapons and creepy surprises
- Many playing variations – new challenges in every level!
- Madcap animations and sounds!
- Keep your spirits up, your courage will be rewarded!

The original release of “The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic” was featured as Game of the Week on Apple’s App Store, won the PocketGamer Gold Award and received a combined rating of 91 on MetaCritic.

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  • David William

    I personally do not like the jelly character concept
    either! It might have worked if this was a kid’s game of some sort, but it’s an
    endless slider/adventure. I suppose it’s worth trying considering that apart
    the jelly, everything else seems pretty cool.