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Ice Age: Scrat's Nutty Adventure is an action adventure game developed by Just Add Water and Climax Studios, published by Outright Games, and released on October 18, 2019 for most consoles, and later for the Google Stadia on August 13, 2021. It is based on the Ice Age franchise by 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios, and was the first video game in the series to be released following Disney's acquisition of 21st Century Fox in 2019. The game focuses on Scrat, who has to complete obstacles, puzzles and beating some old foes in an attempt to retrieve The Acorn.

Ice Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure

Parents need to know that Ice Age: Scrat's Nutty Adventure is a cartoon action game for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PCs. While players can take out their enemies by kicking them or throwing nuts at them, there's no blood or gore. There's also no inappropriate content. The game is the latest adventure for a character who's appeared in numerous animated movies, TV specials, other games, and the toy aisle of your local store.

In ICE AGE: SCRAT'S NUTTY ADVENTURE, our furry friend once again has to get his acorn back. Except this time, it's been locked inside an ancient temple, one that will only open if Scrat finds four crystal nuts. Which, of course, he could sell and then buy an orchard of oak trees and have all the acorns he could ever need, but then he wouldn't have the fun of running, jumping, kicking, climbing, and doing other things in this third-person action/adventure game, now would he?

While his adventures have always been the most clever parts of the Ice Age movies, Scrat's new game is far too simplistic for anyone but his youngest of fans. In Ice Age: Scrat's Nutty Adventure, our hapless pal has once again lost his acorn, and in trying to get it back, winds up running around like his parents are Crash Bandicoot and Lara Croft. In his quest to find four crystal nuts, Scrat has to jump and climb through a large, obstacle course-like world. But he also has to use his limited martial arts skills and throwing arm to take out beetles, rodents, and other animals bent on stopping him.

As fun as this might sound -- and Scrat's littlest fans will find it quite engaging -- it's also so easy that even those littlest fans won't enjoy this as much as they do his cinematic adventures. While there are problems to solve and pathways to figure out, neither provide much of a mental challenge. Similarly, Scrat's enemies don't put up much of a fight, which is good because his kung-fu isn't strong. He also can't throw very hard, which is a problem because that's the only way to take out flying insects. Even worse, the controls are a bit loose, and can't be adjusted, making it sometimes difficult to jump on the right platform with any kind of accuracy. But while Scrat fans old enough to work the TV will find this way too simple and easy, his young disciples will still enjoy the Bugs Bunny-like slapstick antics and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle-esque kicking of Ice Age: Scrat's Nutty Adventure.

On the surface, Ice Age: Scrat's Nutty Adventure has potential as a fun 3D platforming adventure. Unfortunately, the game doesn't deliver on that promise and instead is more of a dull journey through uninspired landscapes. Granted, this probably isn't a title targeted at adults, but even children might find themselves a little bored after an hour or two of gameplay.

Ice Age: Scrat's Nutty Adventure stars Scrat, the dim-witted saber-toothed squirrel from the Ice Age movies. Here, Scrat is still chasing his most prized possession, a nut, and finds himself tumbling down another proverbial rabbit hole into Scratazon Temple. To get his nut back, he must go in search of the four legendary Crystal Nuts scattered across the land. Scrat's adventure takes him across the world of Ice Age, with gameplay involving navigating a variety of landscapes, including forests, icy tundras and volcanic mountain ranges. Some familiar Ice Age faces appear along the way, but ultimately, Scrat is the star of the show.

In the new 3D action-adventure, kids can follow Scrat on an epic quest through classic locations from the Ice Age films to recover his cherished acorn from the ancient Scratazon Temple. Along the way, players will help Scrat navigate icy terrains, burning lava, and more while discovering treasures that will unlock the special powers needed to help Scrat complete his quest.From Bandai Entertainment Europe, Outright Games, and Just Add Water, the new video game is available to play now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC Digital.

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