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Release Date: April 1st, 2016 Movie Release Year: 2016

Organic Panic

Overview -

Last Limb is a company formed by brothers Damon and Anatole Branch, industry veterans who took to Kickstarter to fund 'Organic Panic'. Billed as a cross between 'Worms' and 'LittleBigPlanet', it has spent nearly seven years in development, and migrated from the seventh to eighth generation at some time after its funding.

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Rating Breakdown
Tech Specs & Release Details
Release Date:
April 1st, 2016

Video Review


By and large 'Organic Panic' flows well, but there are some issues when using superpowers. Cherry, for instance, has a way of crashing the framerate and causing screen tears when she shoots her ground beam. This problem is magnified to the extreme in multiplayer. Water acts like water but has a weird look about it, like some kind of blackness around the edges. As for the appearance, many of the character models and environmental surfaces have a grainy look.

Audio Review


The soundtrack is lighthearted playground fare, similar to the visuals. Characters make cutesy noises when jumping around or being struck. It is repetitive at best, and borders on irritating at worst when a fruit makes the same noise over and over again when replaying levels due to death.

Final Thoughts

'Organic Panic' is a pastiche of several games and genre staples that have come before it. It is good fun for its nostalgia value for those players who have enjoyed its influences in years past and appreciate its time-tested mechanics, but it struggles to find its place amongst the many good platformers available.