August 15, 2020

Fledgling Heroes

Fledgling Heroes – Review

Do you have children that are driving you crazy during the lockdown? Do they have a Nintendo Switch or an iPad? Then you may just be able to have five minutes peace with Fledgling Heroes.
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by Chloe Smith

Do you have children that are driving you crazy during the lockdown? Do they have a Nintendo Switch or an iPad? Then you may just be able to have five minutes peace with Fledgling Heroes.

Fledgling Heroes is available on the App Store and Nintendo Store for just £7.99 so for a few minutes’ peace, what’s a few pounds hey?

Developed by Subtle Boom, Fledgling Heroes was originally designed and released for Apple Arcade, but soon made its way to the Switch.

Fledgling Heroes

If you have ever played Flappy Bird or Jetpack Joyride, then you know the sort of game you are about to play. Short little levels that are enough to capture the imagination of young ones, alongside bright colours and little funny sound clips.

Each level has its own goal that you need to reach so that you can unlock things further along. In the first few levels, I managed to unlock customization of levels and characters quickly. Yes, that’s right, you read correctly, you can create your own levels that you can share online if you have that enabled on your device.

Fledgeling Heroes is the kind of addictive level game that can keep you or your children occupied for hours! I let my toddler play it for a few minutes and he squealed with joy at the colours and the cartoon animations. (And most likely the fact that I actually allowed him to play on the Switch)

Fledgling Heroes

With easy on the eye animations and cute characters being introduced every so often, it can keep things exciting as you delve deeper into the deep blue sea of the Heroes’ land!

In this mobile-turned- console game, you can easily play this game one-handed and doesn’t take up too much of your concentration. I would recommend Fledgling Heroes more for children as it seems to be aimed more for their target group.

It’s cute, easy to play and understand and fun. I would give it a 6/10 as it is simple, like you’d expect for what was originally a mobile game.