Parents have nothing to worry about besides the abstract and low-polygon rendering of Clyde's bare bottom. The only violence in the game consists of beating up stationary robots and punching attack chickens, none of it very graphic. I'd actually say that this is an excellent title for children because the difficulty is very low (a good thing) and at the level designs are a perfect fit for the cartoon-like action. Safe for kids and fun for adults, what more could you ask for? There is no questionable language and no sexual content.
Old-school gamers will definitely want to check this out. The running, jumping, and puzzle-solving action is perfectly realized and a great match for the game's oddball aesthetic. It's a throwback, but a very welcome one.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will have no problems. All important information is presented visually, and any important hints or clues are displayed on signs that can be read at will. There are no significant auditory cues, so feel free to download without fear of any accessibility barriers.
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