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If you let a child play Pilot Brothers, expect to be asked to assist them. Pilot Brothers can be confusing at times. It also has its moments of humor. A hippo plugging a hole with his behind, or a cat chasing away a bird are a few examples. I enjoyed the music in Pilot Brothers because it gives this game a circus feel to it. Which is how I took the two brothers.
I can’t see anyone enjoying Pilot Brothers. Maybe I just don’t know the source material well enough to be able to get into their heads, but I found each step to be like pulling teeth and simply not worth the time and effort. It’s rare that I say I can’t find an audience that would like this game, but that’s the case here unless there is some major following of these two characters and the shows are just as out-of-the-box as this game.
It’s not even like Pilot Brothers is a particularly long game, weighing in at a couple of hours, but such repetition grates quickly. Such problems leave Pilot Brothers feeling like a relic of the obtuse 1990s adventure genre, something that no one really wants to go back to.