Save the Furries

Description

Plunge into the world of the Furries, the simple-minded creatures who love to travel around strange planets. Help them survive the perils that await them on every planet! Are you up to the challenge of saving the Furries from the villainous Furax?

Furries are cute little green creatures who just love visiting strange planets. Unfortunately, Furries are not the most intelligent of critters. They like to spend their time wandering into deadly situations involving galactic creatures, giant pits, mountain peaks, explosions and more... To help the Furries survive all 60 levels, you will need to rely on the laws of physics and use a whole range of different objects such as pinball flippers, ropes, crates and cannons... in fact, just about anything can be used to help them make their way around the planet safely and avoid ending up as the evil Furax's dinner.

  • Full 3D graphics.
  • A high-colour universe that is completely out of this world!
  • Crazy items and physics galore!
  • Lots of trophies to unlock.
  • 60 levels to save the Furries on 6 different planets!

Customer reviews

74

Good platformer, but can get tedious

darkyhbk | Aug. 3, 2013 | See all darkyhbk's reviews »

Save the Furries is an enjoyable experience if you like platforming games and solving physics puzzles in a 2D environment without much eye candy. There are 60 levels spread on a number of different planets, where you'll control little green creatures and get from point A to point B. This, hovewer, might prove more difficult than you'd imagine. Despite starting out easy, the difficulty quickly ramps up and can get frustrating. This is less of a trial and error game than it is one where you have to solve puzzles in order to progress. It's not as easy as jumping over a spinning spiked wheel an reaching the higher platform. Your patience will be tested when having to solve certain physics puzzles with a great number of elements to consider. It's not easy at all. The graphics are a simple 2D with pleasantly coloured backgrounds, which change from planet to planned, offering some diversity not only visually, but in terms of gameplay mechanics as well, which is a nice touch. Maybe some levels might feel a little empty on the artistic side, but their general design has pleased me. Not the same can be said about the sound effects and music, which can get really repetitive after a while, and, due to frustration from inability to progress further, can get on your nerves at times. All in all, this is by no means a bad gam. It's a platformer that for one doesn't only test your reflexes, but also your judgement. For the small price you can buy it, I would say it's worth it.