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Billy Hatcher And The Giant Egg EXCLUSIVE


A boy and his friends playing in the forest get transported to a magical land. Separated from his friends, Billy finds a chicken suit. This suit lets him hatch eggs in his quest to bring back the morning, save the giant egg, and defeat the evil crows who want to destroy it. On the way, he can hatch eggs that he finds when he does he is rewarded with mystical creatures and ''hats''. These help him defeat the crows and save the giant egg.




Billy Hatcher And The Giant Egg


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The fittingly nonsensical story of Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg follows Billy Hatcher, a young boy who has, almost at random, been given the power of the legendary rooster suit by one of the chicken elders. With this funny-looking costume at his command, Billy is charged with the task of ridding Morning Land of the evil crows, who have imprisoned the rest of the chicken elders. Without the chicken elders there to coax the sun out of its slumber with their crowing, all of Morning Land will remain in darkness forever. The story plays out with a certain level of sincerity, never really acknowledging the extreme silliness and absurdity of the whole situation. The closest the game comes to an ironic nudge-nudge is that you're rewarded with a "courage emblem" by a giant chicken upon completing a goal.


If the gameplay mechanics were really polished and enjoyable, a certain amount of repetition would have been just fine--but the mechanics of Billy Hatcher are just a little too clunky. Billy is pretty much worthless on his own and is only able to run, jump, and climb up ledges. In order to launch any sort of attack, Billy needs eggs--giant ones, preferably. Luckily, the game is absolutely brimming with eggs. Simply walk up to an egg, and Billy will start pushing it around the level. You can use eggs to attack enemies, either by simply rolling over the enemies with the egg, using the B button to throw the egg at an enemy, or using the A button to perform a jumping attack. Once you've taken out an enemy, it will leave behind some fruit. Roll over the fruit with your egg, and your egg will increase in size, causing attacks to deal more damage but at the cost of moving more slowly.


Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg is not Sonic Team's finest work. Save for the peculiar mechanics of the giant eggs, it falls back on standard 3D platforming mechanics more often than not. Those not deterred by the game mechanics will likely find the heartfelt adorability of the game too saccharine to handle. If anyone had high hopes for the franchise possibilities of Billy Hatcher, this isn't the game that's going to convince the world that it should care.


It's hard to explain what you do in Billy Hatcher without sounding odd, but trust me, rolling giant eggs around and trampling over enemies is surprisingly brilliant. Your egg is both a weapon and a means of getting about. The more you roll the egg, the bigger it grows, and while it may sound like a recipe for awkward controls, the game makes you feel surprisingly agile. You can defy the laws of physics in Billy Hatcher, bouncing with your egg high in the air and navigating complex levels at speed. Like most cartoon platform games you travel through the desert and across ice floes, but having an egg along for the ride makes a real difference.


Billy Hatcher's gameplay is centered on the rolling around of giant eggs. The player controls Billy, who has enhanced abilities when he is rolling these special eggs around the world. He uses the eggs for combat and mobility, and when the eggs hatch, different animals are inside, including chickens, crabs, pelicans, and Sonic the Hedgehog. Many of these animals are vital to the progress of the game.


In the Sega Carnival course, there is a sequence where the player rides in a giant egg directly from Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg. Billy himself, can be spotted on the top floor of the ship. He will be seen running around in a circle, pushing an egg inside of the fenced in area.


In the Sega Carnival course in Sonic Riders, there is a sequence where the player rides in a giant egg directly from Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg. Billy himself, can be spotted on the top floor of the ship. He will be seen running around in a circle, pushing an egg inside of the fenced in area. 041b061a72


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