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Riverbond (2019)
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Epic Games


Action (Action/Adventure, Arcade)


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PlayStation 4, Xbox Live Arcade

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Chris Kavan
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10/04/2023 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Voxel Cuteness Leads to Solid Results

MJ co-op games can be fun, frustrating and sometimes surprising. Riverbond may not have been on the top of the list, but thanks to random chance, here we are. The voxel-based, top-down combat game from Cococucumber is one of the many Epic freebies handed out by the company. And for a free title, it is pretty much okay as they come. It's not the type of game I would seek out but, in the end, turns out to be a short, fun experience and it the type of game the youngest and oldest can enjoy in equal measure.

Looks and Stuff: Voxel games look like Minecraft spinoffs no matter how you try to slice them. Riverbond, with its cubic enemies and destructible environments is little different than the massively popular title, though a bit more polished with its presentation. Your character starts o...

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  Nelson Schneider
Nelson Schneider
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08/17/2023 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Low-Key Coop Silliness for All Ages

“Riverbond” is the second game from Toronto-based Indie studio, Cococucumber (not to be confused with Cocomelon). This studio, which began releasing games in 2015, has endeavored to build a reputation for creating cute, stylized, voxel-based games. I say ‘endeavored’ because even as closely as I watch Games Industry release schedules in my neverending hunt for the Next Great Game… I had never heard of them. Ultimately, the only reason “Riverbond” is in my PC game collection is because Epic Games gave it away as part of their weekly freebies program some time back. While I would have been perfectly happy to let an unknown quantity like “Riverbond” to languish forever, unplayed in the middle (or bottom) layers of my Backlog, one thing about it made an impression: LOCAL CO...

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