According to the ESRB, this game contains Mild Violence
Parents will find nothing in the way of objectionable material, but it is a challenging game and may be frustrating for some. Its puzzle elements do make it more thought-intensive than the average platformer, so you can at least rest assured that your child isnt losing brain cells. The themes themselves, with cartoony characters and mischief rather than violence, are more suitable for younger gamers.
Xbox owners have this and Oddworld: Munchs Oddysee to choose from. Both are good, unique choices, with Oddworld simply having a bit more mature theme. Platforming fans should find plenty to like here. Blinx is definitely a nice break from the tired concepts that plague the most platformers these days.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will miss nothing significant.
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