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Lil Gator Game

Lil Gator Game is all about play. Set a gator kid loose on a big island full of animal friends who just need your help defeating pretend monsters, pots, or fetching things for them. Is Lil Gator Game fun? Check out our review of Lil Gator Game for the Nintendo Switch!


In Lil Gator Game you play as an alligator child who wants to play with his big sister, but she’s way too busy being a grown up. So he tries to invent a pretend game that’ll impress her enough to stop working and play with him. He recruits friends and strangers (all kinds of animals) to come up with quests, monsters, and more for the ultimate pretend game! This is the story for Lil Gator Game. It’s a very cute story and full of fun dialogue. Yes, this is a game that kids would enjoy but if you are kid at heart, you’ll enjoy it too.

Lil Gator Game is all about playing. The story is what launches you into a huge island where you can go anywhere you want, meet different animals, take part in their quests and recruit them back to your camp. There is a crafting system and you collect material and just craft the items in your menu. The items range from hats to “weapons” to other unique things. This game is beyond cute.


It runs pretty well on the system too. We did notice some minor lag here or there (usually around the auto-save) but nothing even close to game breaking. Lil Gator Game does have some fog that will help load the environment in but there are no load screens in this game other then the first one when you come into the game. And the graphics! Lil Gator Game is a just as cute looking as the gameplay sounds.

If you love games like Animal Crossing, then you’ll likely want to check Lil Gator Game out. It’s a lot of fun.


Lil Gator Game gets an 8.5 out of 10.

A digital code was provided for this review. Lil Game is out now on the Nintendo Switch eshop!


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blank Daniel Fugate has wanted to be a writer since he was seven years old. He has a bachelor's degree in English and he's a huge Animal Crossing fan. The Wii U and 3DS are currently his favorite video game systems!

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