Cookie & Cream review

Sharing the fun will likely lose you some friends

GamesRadar+ Verdict


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    Puzzles are usually intuitive

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    Short levels are perfect for trips

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    Themed worlds are cute


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    Why can't it play like the PS2 version?

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    Co-op Story mode

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    Imprecise controls

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You’d think that controlling two candy-colored rabbits simultaneously through obstacles and puzzles was exactly what the DS was built for. Unfortunately, the god-awful truth is that unlike its much-better/much-cuter PS2 predecessor, Cookie & Cream falls short due to its lazy controls and what-the-hell puzzles.

Rather than two players maneuvering through short levels and tackling puzzles to disarm traps in order to proceed like the PS2 version (sounds good, huh?), Story mode lets only one rabbit bound distressingly slow through Point A-to-Point B stages. Hop on a button and then the maraca-shaking rabbit on the bottom screen must “solve” a puzzle to clear a pathway that lets the top-screen rabbit continue onwards.

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DescriptionControl two candy-colored rabbits as you solve monotonous puzzles and try not to swallow your own face from boredom.
US censor rating"Everyone"
UK censor rating"Rating Pending"
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)