Super Lucky's Tale is a playground platformer for all ages. Similarly to other games in the genre, you need to run, jump, spin and burrow your way across a wide variety of environments including deserts, castles, and forests. By collecting coins and four-leaf clovers, you unlock new doors which lead to new worlds just like Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse.
A few months ago, Super Lucky's Tale got the "Gilly Island" expansion. Many gamers thought that that was the last they would see of the lovable fox, but it turns out that wasn't the case! An all-new chapter of Super Lucky's Tale begins today. Lucky returns for his most daunting challenge yet in the "Guardian Trials". The Guardian Trials is a 1980's retro-themed boot camp adventure where Lucky trains to become a full-fledged "Guardian".
Just like the original game, Lucky must leap, burrow and roll his way through a boot camp that's toucher than a stereotypical training montage. Guardian Trials also brings a lot of new costumes and accessories for Lucky to wear. You can choose from unitards and leg warmers to training-appropriate wristbands and headbands.
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