gav gav odyssey xbox

Do you look back to the 1980s and 1990s with the most fond of memories? Do you wish to relive those glory days of gaming once more? Do you like dogs? Gav-Gav Odyssey is here to excite. 

Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, Gav-Gav Odyssey from HugePixel and the pretty prolific ChiliDog Interactive publishing team (Circus Pocus, Lord of the Click II) promises to deliver the delights of yesteryear to the more modern gamer. 

It’s priced at £4.19 and offers up the very finest of those gaming elements from years gone by, combining platforming, shooting, scrolling and puzzle mechanics as one. In fact, when you throw in the pixel art visuals and ultimate charm, it could well be whipped straight out of the 8-bit or 16-bit era onto our super powerful Xbox consoles. 

But there’s more and Gav-Gav Odyssey brings cute little doggos into the equation too. Perhaps not quite the focus like that of Pupperazzi, there is a bit of a canine vibe kicking around in Gav-Gav Odyssey – in fact, saving your little dog friends is the ultimate goal. 

In all, the key features include:

  • — Detailed and colourful pixel art approach
  • — Nice canine plot that requires you to save your doggie friends
  • — Two types of gameplay: scroll shooter and puzzle platforming
  • — Rich amount of secrets, easter eggs and cultural references

We’ll be running a review of Gav-Gav Odyssey in the days ahead. For now though you can pick up a copy of the game, before playing it on your Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S, by visiting the Xbox Store

Game Description:

Gav-Gav Odyssey is another way to get the blast from the gaming past! This game merges the best elements from golden age gaming: platforming, scroll shooting and puzzles. Cute doggies as key heroes are combined with challenging puzzle tricks and can capture your interest for a solid amount of time. This setting looks so authentic that someone can even think that this game was released on 8- or 16-bit platforms 20 or 30 years ago! Nice pixel art graphics, friendly gameplay and funny cutscenes are able to charm kids and grown-ups alike, especially those who can still remember the best platforming games of the 80’s and 90’s!

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