Kick It is just as odd as pretty much any other Dejobaan game. One may call the gameplay eerily familiar. That’s cause it’s basically a fork of AAAAAH! A Reckless Disregard for Gravity. In fact, it is ARDG just with different menus and has music analysis (when it works).
While Kick It is not at its final state, this is a game you would not put up for sale right away because of how buggy it is. Additionally, it’s plagued with bad design decisions. The one that really takes the cake is the fact the game doesn’t use My Music, instead it creates a Music folder and it will only use the songs in that folder. However, if you try to copy over folders or have some nice organization, you will be met with failure. Attempting to navigate into one will produce an error message and then it will attempt to play a random song (or none at all). In fact, you start the game with no music because the game is so broken. And the best part is that all of these error messages are caused by the game dividing by zero. I am not kidding.
But overall, is it a fun game? I guess so. It’s INCREDIBLY EASY even on the hardest difficulty. You basically can just stay near the center forever and you will win the “damned” game.
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