Kid Tripp (Switch) - Ramblin' Review
Kid Tripp is an endless runner style game with lots of old school charm. Its pixelated graphics, intense difficulty, and infectious chip tune inspired soundtrack harken back to the good ol' days of the NES and Sega Master System. This was a time when a game's length came not from it's exorbitant amount of content, but by being so difficult that you needed to learn all of the stages' intricacies and enemy patterns to make it through the level.
Kid Tripp's controls are interesting in that there are various buttons for the only two functions- jumping and throwing your rock. So, you can really play the game to your own personal preferences, including one handed play. Being an "endless runner" type of game, it automatically moves you forward without a button press. This obviously leads to frustrating situations where you really wish that you could just stop moving or backtrack...but it's not too dissimilar from many classic video games that wouldn't let you go back to the left.
A, L, Y, ZR Jump
B, R, X, ZL Throw rock
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