Lil Gator Game

Lil Gator Game

released on Dec 14, 2022

Lil Gator Game

released on Dec 14, 2022

The world is big when you’re a lil gator... Good thing it’s also full of friends! There’s a buddy atop every hill in this open-world, movement-focused adventure and they all seem to need help! Bop cardboard baddies, brave serene hills and forests, and scale sheer rocks that only a kid would dare!


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A small little “game for babies” with a cute story and surprisingly fun gameplay. Its a very high chill game where you might play if you want to change up the pace and play something more laid back. The story was something actually interesting and relatable if you are a younger sibling.

This isn't the type of game that I usually play. It isn't a title with a lot of substance, but I enjoyed it for the simple and heartwarming little adventure that it's meant to be. It's quite a lot like A Short Hike, which I also quite enjoyed for what it was, and I can't say which of the two I really enjoyed more. So I won't bother wondering about it - they are both good games to just chill and relax playing. Do I recommend Lil Gator Game? I can't say that I do really, but it's very sweet and inoffensive and there are worse ways to spend a few hours. The graphics are charming, the soundtrack is upbeat, and the dialogue is snappy enough that it never became a slog to sit through. There's some good pieces of writing in here - the part where the sister buys the ice creams is my favourite.

Absolutely adorable and surprisingly heartwarming. It won't provide much of a challenge, but if you're looking for a cute cozy sandbox game with some surprisingly strong writing, this is for you.

Wholesome 3D platformer collectathon/questathon with plenty of dialogue. It has a similar vibe to 'A Short Hike' but with younger characters. Simple but fun.