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  • Summary: Mad King Mac has always caused trouble for his subjects, but stealing Red's winter stash of acorns, his prized golden nut AND kidnapping his father? That's going too far! Help lead Red on a journey across the land in search of his missing nuts, overcoming obstacles and unlocking abilities inMad King Mac has always caused trouble for his subjects, but stealing Red's winter stash of acorns, his prized golden nut AND kidnapping his father? That's going too far! Help lead Red on a journey across the land in search of his missing nuts, overcoming obstacles and unlocking abilities in this charmingly epic isometric puzzle adventure. Set out into the kingdom and you'll be on a roll… literally. Each area is a unique challenge to overcome – from throwing levers and battling Mac's goons to hitting ramps, sticking on tar and much more, the puzzles keep on coming. Unlock special abilities and return to previously explored areas to access new routes, or hunt for secrets that can help in your quest to teach Mad King Mac a lesson he'll never forget. [Nintendo] Expand
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  1. Aug 22, 2018
    80
    I thoroughly enjoyed Red's Kingdom and I can safely say that it's currently one of the best indie games on the Switch. If you like cute and casual experiences then it's definitely a must-play game.
  2. Aug 16, 2018
    70
    Red’s Kingdom is full of cutesy charm and clever puzzles that act as a nice way to pass the time in small doses. Longer play sessions are ruined by repetition, and the game struggles to really fulfil its potential due to the occasional lack of creativity, but there’s definitely some fun to be had in its nutty world. With a decent level of challenge for all ages, and a puzzle mechanic that can go a surprisingly long way, this one is perhaps best suited to those looking for quick sessions of chilled out puzzle gameplay.
  3. Sep 11, 2018
    70
    Red's Kingdom is a small adventure in which we must explore a semi-open world with squared zones. The amount of variations in the puzzles and the new objects change the experience when you progress through the game. Despite being a bit repetitive, it is a replayable game that users of all ages will like.
  4. Sep 24, 2018
    50
    Red's Kingdom strives to combine simple rolling puzzles with the exploration part of a Zelda game... and it just doesn't manage to make the mix actually any fun, mainly because players will have to go through the chore of solving the same puzzles all over again... and more than once.