Prequel to this.
The part that I liked about it the mo.... whoa new muhammad game need to play more of those.. uhh, anyway... distractions aside.. The way the themesongs collided and the way the music worked. And the grandparents seemed to have the best tracks. Nice use of recycling frames, it really made you want to play to the end just to get to listen to all the tracks. It's a treat you know? Well you might not know. I encourage a more in depth sight into the knowledge and delving in, pulling this one out and giving it a chance, or playing it in the pirate kart. It's a tough world we live in, and it's difficult being in such a big family. This really captures kind of what I wanted to do with prehistoric dungeon family but couldn't quite figure out yet. Not necessarily the game itself, but the family involvement, that you're playing the game but as playing it you feel like you're attributing and fitting the role of being in the family and without any real in-game backstory, you're just at it. That's what I enjoyed about it. Nice use of tags and a way to really make use of them and the title. Maybe we ought to use them as assets more often. Or at least I should. who knows? Thanks for your attribute to the pirate kart and consider this one checked out as I had fun.