PICO PARK review
The new game developed by the independent developer, Pico, is Pico Park. It's a free game, and it was released on the 16th of July, 2017. Pico Park is more of an experiential game rather than a game with a set narrative. It is a game where the player can explore and see what the developer has created. The player can explore the world and find a variety of different animals.
The game is about exploring and interacting with the environment. The player can explore the different environments and see the different animals that are provided. The player has to collect certain items in order to progress through the game. There are no levels or set objectives, and there is no end goal, the game is open-ended.
In PICO PARK, you play as Pico, a little boy who wakes up in a strange new world. You are not alone in this world, as you have to form a team of other kids in order to get back home. As you play the game, you will have to explore your surroundings, solve puzzles, and battle monsters along the way.
PICO PARK is a two-dimensional, side scrolling game where players have to explore a map, which is made up of individual screens. The player can move in four directions, and the camera always remains behind Pico.
The graphics for the game are simplistic, but they are still aesthetically pleasing. The animals that the player can interact with all have their own interesting names and personalities. The environments that the player can explore all have a lot of detail. The graphics of PICO PARK are pixelated, and the graphics are in a 16-bit style. The background is always a constant shade of green, and the foreground has a limited amount of colors.
Pico Park is a game that has a lot of replayability. There are no set objectives, so the player can explore at their pace and take their time. The game is also open-ended, so there is no end goal.
- Pico Park is a game that is free, so the player doesn't have to pay for it
- There are no set objectives, so the player can explore at their own pace
- The game is open-ended, so there is no end goal
- The graphics for the game are low-quality, even though they are still aesthetically pleasing
- The animals that the player can interact with all have their own interesting names and personalities, but some of them are more interesting than others
- The environments that the player can explore all have a lot of detail, but some of them are more interesting than others