Oh joy, another platforming game centered around a failed mascot.
Ardy Lightfoot is a fox-type hero that is on a mission to find 7 orb looking things. He has to collect them before the evil lizard-type bad guy does. If the bad guy collects them first, he will make an evil wish...I guess? And that's all I can figure out about this game. There is a short bit of text that briefly explains this at the beginning, and that is all you get throughout the entire thing.
Starting off, we are given a prologue stage that explains nothing. Why have a prologue stage if it doesn't serve a purpose? Why not just call that stage 1? Did the developers not know what a prologue was?
|Let me help. A prologue is an opening to a story that establishes the setting and gives background details, often some earlier story that ties into the main one, and other miscellaneous information.|
Hey guys, guess what! The audio for this game sucks! Surprised? Well, you shouldn't be. It's a fucking generic platformer. Mute it and move on.
Graphically, the game is decent. The stage designs look good, and the very few sprites that the game uses look okay as well. The sprites consist of Ardy and his pet penguin thing, the bosses, and the same stupid blob enemy. Nothing noteworthy here, but good art nevertheless.
Gameplay is stale. Simplistic platforming with nothing unique about it. I never understood why I was collecting the 7
|Hmm...7 orbs that will grant me a wish upon collecting them all. That sounds completely original!|