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1950s Lawnmower Kids Review

Yawnmower kids, more like...

Zordix AB is carving a niche for period games based on boring chores. After creating Valet Parking 1989, they've made 1950s Lawnmower Kids. Whatever next? 1963 Hoovering?

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Mowing is rarely this frantic as you have to cut lawns within a very short time limit, controlling three differently specced mowers entirely with the stylus.

There's a certain amount of tension as the clock ticks, but moving the stylus up and down to mow lawns is both fiddly and a bit dull - you really need to keep all three mowers running at once to succeed.

Add in a ravenous dog that wants to bite chunks out of your kids and the result is a gruelling, unforgiving... well, chore.


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  1. killer1 Monday 17th Oct 2011 at 18:42

    this looks reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeely boring

  2. tomonm Monday 17th Oct 2011 at 19:31

    this looks reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeely boring

    You're not wrong!

  3. Rabbid_girl Monday 17th Oct 2011 at 20:10

    Lawnmower Kids?

  4. imbusydoctorwho Monday 17th Oct 2011 at 20:49

    What a strange idea for a game.

  5. shadowlugia101 Tuesday 18th Oct 2011 at 17:31

    oh my god this game looks sooo good!
    forget super mario 3d land and mario kart 7 this is the game every one should have!!!!

    by the way i was just kidding whoever made this game should be ashamed of themselves :x

  6. Xenobladeperson Thursday 24th May 2012 at 17:24

    This game looks amazing, like the new My Fireplace or something. I'll definitely get it soon enough. :mrgreen:

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