Have you picked up Kick and Fennick up yet? It’s available as part of the Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus this month (as well as being available separately) and is actually rather good.

Developed by two-man Dutch studio Jaywalkers Interactive the game stars you as Kick, a young lad who stables upon a powerful gun and features an airborne robot named Fennick. In addition to dispatching of enemies with your handy weapon you can use the recoil from firing to make some physic-challenging acrobatics on your quest to find your robotic friend a new battery. Check out the launch trailer to find out more.

The game features some vibrant and colourful 3D visuals and you will have to explore 45 levels full of collapsed skyscrapers, treadmills, bounce pads, magnets, teleporters and a large guardian robot that just won’t leave you alone! The game is out now in EU and NA and can be picked up for $7.99/€7.99 or £6.49 if you don’t have Plus.

Kick and Fennick

Have you picked it up yet? What do you think? We will have a review up soon for those that like to wait for that kind of thing.

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  • vongruetz .

    This game is brilliant. I haven’t been able to stop playing it since it was released, and as it progressively gets more challenging, the more I want to play it. I love it.

    • Thanks so much man, we’re absolutely thrilled with the responses so far. Never could have imagined all this!

  • Thanks guys! We love to stay in touch, so if anyone has any questions or wants to tell us what they think about our stuff, hit us up on twitter @jaywalkersint!

  • Anthony Raymond Watt

    Delighted with this, the gameplay is ace but the presentational standard is close to AAA. Wonderful.