Cookie Run: Kingdom Review


In the world of Cookie Run: Kingdom, you’ll find two types of gameplay. The first is the battle system where you’ll need to strategically attack enemy soldiers, while protecting your own base. The second type of gameplay is the puzzle element, where you have to make use of cookies to solve puzzles and reach the goal area. This is quite simple in comparison to what we usually see in an action-adventure game, but the ability to incorporate an element of thought into the gameplay is very well done here. It certainly helps that the graphics are very crisp and detailed.

Cookie Run: Kingdom

It takes a little bit of trial and error to figure out exactly which level to tackle next, but once you do, Cookie Run: Kingdom becomes an addictive puzzle game that will provide many hours of enjoyment. I especially enjoy the different levels of difficulty – there’s something for everyone here. At higher levels, you’ll need to unlock more cookies before you can continue playing, which creates an ever increasing sense of urgency as you strive to complete your collection before the timer runs out.

As you progress through the game, you’ll also be rewarded with power ups, special attacks, and the ability to buy new cookies, all of which add variety and provide some level of strategy as you play. There are many achievements to achieve as well, including those involving the use of skill powders and power ups. As the game progresses, you’ll also be able to unlock new types of cookies, each with their own special attack. Some of them are also highly collectable, meaning I’m sure that you’ll be able to come across some rare ones as you progress through the game.

Release Date: January 21, 2021

The price for Cookie Run: Kingdom is very reasonable, being priced at a mere seven dollars. This is comparable to many other casual flash games that you’d find for free on the internet, such as Candy Crush or Fluid. Given its minimalistic graphics and its entertaining gameplay, I believe that it’s a perfect fit for those who enjoy playing puzzle games but who don’t necessarily want to sink a lot of time into them. If you enjoy games that are not too simulation-orientated, yet still manage to provide a challenge, then this is definitely worth checking out.

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