Kinduo offers co-op puzzle platforming and easy Gamerscore

Xbox One
Kinduo Xbox

After It Takes Two wowed the gaming world with its co-operative platforming, fans have been scouring the market looking for their next duo fix. Well fans, stop scouring as the answer is right here. Kinduo releases today on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.

Two elemental friends embark on an adventure to return to their island. Each friend behaves differently and has a particular set of skills; the lighting bolt looking one can power up lifts and jump further. The blocky one can break platforms and push heavier objects around. Using their unique abilities, can you guide this daring duo back home?

You can guide them in either single player or grab a friend for some local co-operative gameplay. Two heads are better than one after all, but you might be expected to share your Gamerscore with your partner.

Kinduo also features:

  • Puzzle platforming mechanics
  • Single player or two player local co-op
  • Relaxing aesthetic
  • Cute pixel art

As always, we will have a review coming very soon. Stay tuned!

Kinduo is available to download now from the Xbox Store priced at £4.99. Those that buy the game early can save a whole £1 as there is an early discount of 20% to be had if you are quick!

If you’ve been looking for the next co-operative platforming fix after It Takes Two, Kinduo is a very cheap and cute looking opportunity to try another one. Let us know in the comments below if you fancy it.

Game description

Kinduo is a game where two elemental friends overcome obstacles to return to their island. Push boxes, use electricity to connect objects, break ice blocks, blow things up and more in this cute and colorful game! For anyone who likes platform puzzle games, it’s a joyful, relaxing experience complete with adorable pixel art, and addictive game mechanics. Each character has their unique skill which makes the game more challenging and fun. Can you solve these challenging puzzles? Whether you’re playing alone or with a partner, get ready for a good time!

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