Safety First! Nintendo Switch Review

Safety First!



Safety First! on Nintendo Switch is a twin-stick physics puzzler in which you have to fix broken electric wires using your Magical Yellow Repair Liquid (MYRL). Get ready for a challenging journey through a variety of gameplay mechanics and hilarious sound design. Can you beat all 69 levels? Your grandma turned her vintage radio up too much and caused lots of cables to break in the nearby power plant. With your awesome electrician skills, you embark on a mission to fix all those broken wires employing your Magical Yellow Repair Liquid. Get ready for a challenging and physically totally accurate journey! Control your character’s feet using the thumbsticks of your gamepad. Be warned though, he’s quite fragile. Deploy Magical Yellow Repair Liquid where necessary so your grandma can enjoy her favorite tune again.

Safety First! Nintendo Switch Review

Safety First! – Gameplay Trailer

I will be honest screenshots will not do this game any justice. You have to use both sticks to maneuver your character over to the broken wire. You then have a limited supply of yellow liquid, which is used to fix the wire. Controls take a lot of getting used to, especially in the later levels where big jumps are needed.

Its pure physics-based, with the left stick controlling your left foot and the right stick controlling the right foot. But don’t move your legs too wide, or you will rip in half and blood will be everywhere.

Safety First! Nintendo Switch Review

Safety First! has 69 levels to complete with an ever-increasing level of difficulty. There is then an Advanced Mode, where you are unable to lift both legs at the same time. There is then a 7 level campaign, where there is nop gravity at all. While this may sound easy Space was the hardest part of the entire game.

After 10 levels you have the option to unlock PEP mode, which presses the fast-forward button. DRNK mode is unlocked after 20 levels, and the music changes to a more rock vibe.

Safety First! Nintendo Switch Review

This is a game which you will play for 3 levels and then not pick up again. But then you will and play another 5 levels and it’s like a drug. You will try to stay away, but you’ll always come back. Finally check out our other gaming reviews.

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