Lost Socks: Naughty Brothers Review – Cover it Up



Lost Socks: Naughty Brothers is a run-and gun plat forming title from Nerf-Game. It states the tale of one sock’s mission to find their brother-in-arms, who was gone missing after a washing machine trip. This game is an auto-runner/ plat former, sort of in the manner of Rayman Jungle Run game; only the former is far more combat-heavy than the latter, however, the versions for the game’s strengths as well as its weaknesses.

Lost Socks: Naughty Brothers Review - Cover it Up

Lost Socks: Naughty Brothers Has no In-App Purchases

The levels of Lost Socks: Naughty Brothers are broken up into tiny-sized stages which are filled with obstacles, traps, and unwanted enemies. The player can jump, and of course he can also do dash – a move that grants the player a plain second of invulnerability and also raids up the enemies if the player time it right.

Heavy weapon and a light weapon is the player’s best defense in Lost Socks; the light weapon can be fired rapidly without drawback, and can even be upgraded to deal more damage with your enemies, whereas the heavy weaponry deals a greater damage, but the downside is that it takes time to recharge.

It is a really challenging game and sometimes a bit more brutal. The objective of each level in the game is to survive and reach the end in one piece before the character’s energy runs out, or it falls into a trap. It is not only that but there are also captive inside a cage waiting to be rescued, and also like any other games, there are also coins to collect. Fulfilling goals unlocks more power-ups, abilities, and weapons for the player to purchase.

There are no in-app purchases in the game, so all of the player’s progress depends on his sweat, blood, and tears. Yes, there will be tears as it is a difficult game, but not every mistake is necessarily the player’s fault. The action gets pretty frantic, which leads in a lot of debris and bodies scattering the landscape. It is very easy for the player to lose his focus especially when there are broken nits of boxes go traveling across the ground, when the bodies are piling up, or when the enemies are flying towards the character’s direction. When the player loses his focus, death often follows. But death comes less frequently once you memorize a stage; each level is meant to be played more than once as most of them have forking paths. The player can grab all three stars in one go, or grab enough coins to meet the level’s requirement but it is rare to complete both together.

Lost Socks: Naughty Brothers might not be the perfect game, the combat can be frustrating at times, but the chaotic destruction has a way of keeping the player engaged and it offers a good deal of solid content for its price.


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Lost Socks: Naughty Brothers Review – Cover it Up
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