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Never stop bouncing in Go! Go! PogoGirl

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Go! Go! PogoGirl Xbox

We all know that platformers must have good jumping mechanics. After all, the reason they’re called platformers is due to the amount of platforms you jump around on. So it is usually the case that your characters jumping mechanics aren’t changed or upgraded as you progress. Their maximum jump is typically sufficient. This latest release is a little different however. Find out exactly how as Go! Go! PogoGirl releases on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch today.

If you haven’t already guessed from the title, Go! Go! PogoGirl features a girl who jumps around on a pogo stick. You will need to help her bounce around to collect gems, defeat enemies and just generally navigate these 2D worlds.

Go! Go! PogoGirl also features:

  • Pogo-powered platforming gameplay
  • 4 seasons with 5 levels each
  • Bouncy boss fights
  • Amazing artwork and soundtrack
  • Hidden gems, levels and features

If all that wasn’t enough, let me give you another reason to get excited for Go! Go! PogoGirl. This is this weeks Ratalaika Games port over to consoles, and we all know what that means don’t we? Easy Gamerscore incoming! And you can find out just how easy by having a read of our review right here.

Out now, Go! Go! PogoGirl will cost £4.99 on the Xbox Store. If you are eager to get bouncing though, there is an introductory discount dropping the price down to £3.99 for a limited time. Will you be picking this up? Let us know in the comments below.

Game description

Go! Go! PogoGirl is a dynamic, cute and wholesome platformer about a girl and her pogo stick. Bounce your way through the world, collect gems and then bounce some more! It’s a love letter to 1990s era platformers with colorful graphics, idle animations and fluid gameplay. The game even features secret push-button codes like in the old days. Never stop bouncing, never stop platforming!

Richard Dobson
Richard Dobson
Avid gamer since the days of Sonic the Hedgehog 2. Grew up with the PS1 and PS2 but changed allegiances in 2007 with the release of Halo 3.
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