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25/12/2010 Specialist Reporting Gamer News
Guest author: Amber Gilmore
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1 2 3 Kick It PC

1 2 3 Kick It

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PC

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Style:
Firstperson
Singleplayer

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1 2 3 Kick It (Drop That Beat Like an Ugly Baby), to use its full name, will use your music collection to generate hovering scenery, before sending you into free fall through the soundscape.

1 2 3 Kick It is the latest project from Dejobaan Games, best known for their previous over-the-top BASE-jumping title AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! (A Reckless Disregard for Gravity).

Dejobaan are clearly unafraid of eye-catching game titles or embracing a bit of silliness. Aaaaa! had a sense of humour, for example the use of teeth as currency and the ability to make obscene gestures at protesters while falling past them. 1 2 3 Kick It continues the theme of falling, and looks like it will have just as much personality.

Making use of your MP3 collection will ensure a great soundtrack and set the tone for plummeting to earth. Music will also become the tangible shape of the world, spawning shapes to navigate and monsters to shoot. Dejobaan are still seeking feedback and new crazy ideas to incorporate, so it's impossible to guess what other details the final version might include.

A short 1 2 3 Kick It (Alpha Version) is already available for those who pre-order, with the finished game expected some time in 2011 on PC.

Guest review by Amber Gilmore


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