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Sir Lovalot Review

By , on October 9, 2010

Sir Lovalot
Download on the AppStore
4 out of 5


  • Bright colorful 3D visuals.
  • Amusing character designs.


  • While not excessively raunchy it may raise some eyebrows.


Sir Lovalot is all about having fun, be it through the basic gameplay, the bright visuals or the overall theme; it's hard to leave without a smile of some kind when you're done.

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Sir Lovalot by Hungry Games is a risque vertical jumper that pits your amorous knight against an infinite tower filled with tricks and traps to end your ascent, but more importantly it's full of lovely vulnerable princesses after a bit of love.

Those familiar with the genre will have little to learn as you tilt your way from side to side to move your knight back and forth around the tower to endlessly bounce off its ledges. Instead of boring old ledges floating magically in mid-air, Sir Lovalot remains in the middle of your screen as the tower revolves around to give him access to ledges hidden further around it. You'll need every advantage you can get as there's a time limit constantly ticking down that refreshes as you hit checkpoints, but occasionally he can teleport his way further up thanks to the help of the princesses he 'assists' making life easier and adding a bit more spring in his step.

The 3D graphics are luscious, bright and colorful, but it's Sir Lovalot himself that really steals the show. His enthusiastic bouncing is accompanied by grunts of effort and exclamations of joy, but occasional flourishes with the sword and fluttering of his legs add a lot of charm to the character.

Sir Lovalot is a bit lascivious, but it's a fun kind of lighthearted naughtiness that shouldn't get you in to trouble. Additional collectable treasures add a bit of an extra challenge for those after more of a reason to keep diving in, but as vertical jumping titles go Sir Lovalot is an easy title to recommend to casual gamers.


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