Developed by Last Limb and Published by Gamemill, Organic Panic puts you in charge of four different fruits and vegetables for some puzzle solving and platforming. The main goal is to get to the hole, which requires completing clever physics puzzles and removing enemies. Each of the characters has different abilities- the carrot can climb, the kiwi can swim, etc. And you’ll need to pick up blue balls to refill your ability meter. The big balls give you a special move, like flying for the coconut or drilling with the cherry. And there’s different materials that crumble, burn, and fall the way you would expect. don’t forget to collect the gems so you have extra lives to complete the final boss. There’s over 100 levels and they’re interesting to revisit because you can complete them different ways and aim for higher scores, and Each character handles differently so it can take a bit to get used to, but once you remember who does what it’s fine. There’s buttons for jump and fire, as a well as swap for when you have more than one character to deal with. Getting squashed and swinging on ropes is fun, and the water reminds me of that game Fluidity. You can also use the trigger to zoom out and see the whole screen. The environments are great and they allow you to get creative with your slaughtering. Once you complete main game some extra stages open, and there’s a superscore with leaderboards. If that wasn’t enough there’s also a 2 player campaign for some couch co-op, as well as a solid versus mode. The game looks like it might be for small children or supercasuals but it’s not. Most of the levels require a bit of thought and strong platforming skills. The game has been out for a while, but there is still some framerate issues on the PS4 version. Overall, Organic Panic is an interesting challenge that packs alot of content into a seemingly small package. You’re getting environmental puzzle platformer that requires proficiency in action games. So it might be too tough for a 5 year old, which it looks like it’s been marketed to. It also kind of reminds me of Worms Armageddon except in real time.