Grass Cutter is a game about cutting mutating lawns, that requires lightning-speed response and great logical thinking. Here every level is a challenging puzzle.
The goal is to cut the grass. Very simple, but only at first glance… Grass Cutter calls for focus and commitment. Just one blink of an eye – and you lost. It is very challenging! The game is made in a cubic retro-style, has high complexity at advanced levels and is ready to truly test your reaction!
• Feel yourself in the shoes of a lawnmower who saves the world of people
• More than 10 types of lawn mutations that give you a real challenge
• A lot of obstacles. Bypass the security system and laser fences, escape the fire of security guns
• You don't want ordinary lawn mowers? You can play with animals. There are many animals in the game: from cows and sheep to beautiful fairy unicorns
- Nintendo Switch
- Release Date
- Jul 10, 2019
- No. of Players
- 1 player
- File Size
- 328 MB
- Arcade, Music, Platformer, Puzzle
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- Supported Play Modes:
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