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80 (UK) (Oct 07, 2009)
Cute without being twee, packing in a lot of fun ideas without smothering the accessibility, Kahoots is a lovely little gem and one that deserves extra praise for resisting the temptation to grab the greedy £3.99 price point.
Pocket Gamer UK (Oct 02, 2009)
The gameplay is a triumph of clever and accurate design, but the truth is it's worth buying this game for the Peg Monster's songs alone.
80 (Oct 15, 2009)
Kahoots is a must-buy for PSP owners who fancy a cute puzzler that will wile away a few moments here and there. It's not the deepest puzzle game on the market and won't be remembered as a classic, but for under three quid you'd have to be extremely tight to pass this up. Easily one of the best PSP Minis available on the PlayStation Store.
IGN (Nov 30, 2009)
Kahoots is good, but I lost the drive to keep playing pretty early in the 50 puzzles. Kahoots isn't for everyone, but the title's character and noggin-scratchin' puzzles are going to make it a worthy Mini for PSP players looking to test their wits.
TheSixthAxis (Nov 22, 2009)
Kahoots is something of a cult hit for Honeyslug – the visuals might appeal to the younger PSP gamers but the gameplay is somewhere nearer old-school hits like Lemmings – you have no control over the cute little thing walking back and forth on each level, nor any explanation as to why he’s doing what he’s doing, but you can switch around the blocks on which he walks. By doing this, you can position jumping blocks next to spikes to avert a nasty end, or near the edge of a platform to force him to jump down a level. It obviously starts off rather simply before ramping up the difficulty pretty quickly with bolted down blocks and other characters, but the level design is smart enough to carry off any frustration that comes in later sections, which can be pretty tough. Even better is the look of the game, which is all plasticine blobs and imperfect textures which actually works really well and the various songs performed by the main protagonist are easily worth the £2.49 – striking stuff
PSP Minis (Oct 01, 2009)
If twee characters and puzzle games make you want to bang your head against the nearest wall, then you should probably give Kahoots a miss. And even if you do revel in lashings of quaint adorableness, or have been longing for a new variant on the Lemmings theme, there’s probably a limit to how many times you can hear the little varmints squeaking before it starts to get irritating, and the gameplay will probably get repetitive after several days of constant play. However, at the ridiculously low price of £2.49, it would be churlish to dwell for too long on such minor shortcomings, and it also bears noting that in Kahoots we have yet another fine example of the Minis ethos in full effect, with it having been tailor-made for the system on a tiny budget by innovative three-person studio Honeyslug. Yet another launch day triumph that shows that Sony have a very forward-thinking approach where Minis are concerned.
PSN Stores (Dec 20, 2009)
Kahoots brings two things together that I love; platforming and puzzles. Sadly this blend of platforms and puzzles is fairly average. This is not to say that it is bad, you will definitely get your money’s worth, but I was just hoping for more.